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The truck driver had no inkling that the bison escaped until he pulled into a gas station a mile up the road and noticed that he’d forgotten to lock the tailgate. At that point, all he could do was to backtrack and move up and down the lanes of the village trying to figure where that half-ton shaggy beast might have meandered.
It had, in fact, wandered into the midst of a backyard garden wedding where both the bride, decked out in a strapless silk gown and veil of the palest cream, and the groom, wearing a charcoal cutaway tuxedo, looked nervous as the minister began the service. On seeing the bison enter the garden, the guests jumped up from their folding chairs, and ran to the house in horror.
The bride decided that this was an omen, that she and her intended were not at all meant to be, and locked herself into the first floor bathroom while the groom made an attempt—although half-hearted—to reason with her through the door. One guest, however, a middle-aged woman who had never known romance, saw the appearance of the bison in a more propitious light: if this one-in-a-million incident could happen, love was still possible.