62nd Highway Patrol (MP)
 Germany      1948 - 1958


 

Stories of the Highway Patrol

 

 

SMILE AND A WAVE

by Edward F. Smith

 

 

 

One afternoon while on routine patrol of the autobahn, South of Heidelberg, I pulled into one of the parkplatz [rest area], parked my vehicle in a nice cool and shady spot.   It was late in the summer and quite hot.  I exited the vehicle for a short time to exercise my legs, you could not walk very far away from the radio and I soon returned and sat in the vehicle awhile. 

 

I had parked at an angle where I could observe the cars passing on the autobahn as well as most of the parkplatz.  While sitting there I noticed a black Mercedes bearing German plates stop on the side of the autobahn just past the entrance to the parkplatz.  I observed a beautiful young lady exit from the car and proceed into the bushes and small trees located between the autobahn and the parkplatz.  The lady came to within approximately 30 feet of my vehicle, pulled up her dress, down with her panties, squatted, and was doing her thing when she happened to look up and see me watching.  The lady made no effort to stop what she was doing.  When she finished cleaning herself, pulled up her panties and straightened her dress, she looked at me with a smile, waved and ran back to the waiting car, and was again on her way.

 

 


This story previously appeared in Volume # 2, Issue # 4, October 1999 of  "THE WHITE MICE"



 

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