Springtime in Maine means our yards are wicked muddy for a bit. It also means we have more bumps in the road.  These friggin' bumps can wicked dangerous too. If you happen to hammer down out in the Maine or New Hampshire countryside, riding over one of these big road wrinkles could launch ya!

For you folks from away, the bumps are called Frost Heaves. They are sometimes hard to anticipate when you're driving, especially at night.

So here's a friendly reminder from the Blimp to watch out for Frost Heaves. And here's a more in-depth description of Frost Heaves from local humorist, Fred Marple.

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