...i dunno, once you give a gator a taste, can it really ever go back to petrol?
Ken, I am glad you are OK and I feel sad your great car was damaged. Best wishes for a quick car recovery.
I guess even the Cayman was unable to avoid such accident...
"Glad to hear you are OK and I understand if a Carrera can't get itself out of the way of a deer like a Cayman can (note I had a close call with a super sized buck a few weeks back). Sounds like a switch back to the Cayman is in order, higher powers are trying to tell you something... "
Was there any chance to use the brakes? Was the road a right curve, hindering earlier spotting of the elk?
Sorry to hear about the car Ken, but glad you are OK. Maybe you should have tried using the force.
Oh wait, an Elk is probably smarter than a TSA screener. Sorry, couldn't resist.
I'm not faulting you, we all overdrive our headlights on occasion, but overdriving your headlights you were.I wasn't overdriving my headlights there was simply nowhere to go, concrete wall left, elk straight ahead, car and pickup on the right. Would slamming on the brakes have allowed me to stop before hitting? No one will ever know. I don't see any point in second guessing what I did because what I did was what I did and I'm here to tell about it, so it can't be all bad.