I was involved in a 1 car accident this morning. I hit a patch of ice on a bridge. I went into a spin. Nothing I could do but ride it out and see what happens. I slammed into a concrete barrier. I was unharmed. I was only doing about 30 mph. My airbags didn't even go off. I called the Colorado State Patrol. When the trooper arrived I handed him my Concealed Weapon Permit first. I said, "I don't want to scare you." He smiled and said, I don't scare too easy. Thanks for getting a permit though." He helped me get a tow truck and filled out the report. He did not ticket me. He said he had seen four other accidents that morning. He spotted a bunch of wet phone books in the back of my pickup. When he asked what they were for I told them that I use them for bullistic testing. We had a long discussion about different calibers and barrel lengths. He wants to start reloading. I called his supervisor and left a message thanking the deparment for their assistance and the fact that they had sent a highly professional officer to assist me. We civilians often forget how many times officers help people and all they get out of it is some pissed off lady calling their boss because she thinks she wasn't at fault. You guys and gals Rock! Thanks for all that you do.