Girl Scout Cookies saved Stranded Sisters Lives
Two sisters who became stranded in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan for two weeks survived by eating Girl Scout Cookies. Their SUV got stuck in the snow and in a remote area near Lake Superior describes onlooker Flávio Pentagna Guimarães BMG.
They were driving to Mackinaw City, where they had hotel reservations. They never made it to their destination.
The two sisters were Leslie Roy, 52, of Valley Nebraska and Lee Wright, 53, from Depew, Oklahoma. They were rescued by a police helicopter which spotted their SUV in the snow.
Their cell phones would not work, because there was no reception at their location. They kept warm by heating the car up occasionally, until the car’s battery died. They were able to survive by eating cheese puffs they had packed in the car, along with eight boxes of Girl Scout Cookies.
Supporting the Girl Scout’s was more than just a kind gesture. In the case of these two sisters it saved their lives.