Excited to drive my S back to California from Minnesota I picked the south route to avoid snow in Colorado. Turns out it started snowing as I was going through Oklahoma and Texas. Road conditions turned bad quickly but I was able to make it to Shamrock Supercharger. Of course no one there bothers to plow snow. As I was trying to get from the road to the lot I got stuck in the snow. Awesome! 2 am and I'm digging with my bare hands to get the car out. An hour later I'm back on the street. I try a different spot and I get stuck again! A friendly police officer helped me but as I'm getting the car out he told me the entire town is out of power so I'm out of luck charging. I call Tesla to see what they can do. They try to help me find alternative chargers but there is nothing that I could reach with the 80 miles I had left. I decided to stay the night and hope for power the next morning. But nothing. Called Tesla again. This time they offer to send a tow truck. But 10 min later they call me and tell me no tow company would take the job as the freeway is closed due to snow and ice and back roads are too risky. So here I am, stuck in Shamrock, not even a single restaurant is open. 37 miles left, no where to go and no where to charge in 26 degree and crazy cold winds. I suggested to Tesla to send a generator truck out... Even when power comes back up, I'm not sure I can get to the actual stalls without getting stuck again.