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Sitting in Ontario, waiting for the fire season to start... Just got a call from my wife... She received a very nice gift from the company along with a hand written note from the boss thanking her for her support. It was nice to see a company acknowledge the fact that often there is someone at home waiting while we are away for weeks at a time. 

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Definitely not the normal with this business, Rob....usually its ...what the f$$K...you have only been out for 8 weeks...and you want a week off...this is our busy season...usual bullst#t.

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4 hours ago, OTR said:

Right on, would it be proper to name the company?

That is an awesome moral booster while in the field.

Have a safe summer out there.

Thanks and Nah...I'd rather not say... but I hope other owners that may read this get the hint and follow their example. ;) It's nice to have family at home appreciated. Stay safe Amigos...

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Those companies are out there but you will rarely see them advertising for help. I wonder why that is? And good luck at most getting the hint, if it's not about their bottom line then it isn't really their concern.

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16 hours ago, 412driver said:

Sitting in Ontario, waiting for the fire season to start... Just got a call from my wife... She received a very nice gift from the company along with a hand written note from the boss thanking her for her support. It was nice to see a company acknowledge the fact that often there is someone at home waiting while we are away for weeks at a time. 

Very nice.

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Yes, very nice, sometimes it's the little acts of kindness that end up meaning the most.

I hope it keeps you smiling for a good long time, and kudos to the company.

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What a fantastic gesture.  I remember there was a tornado that knocked out power to the town and anyone that was around the hangar helped out the families of those that were out with the aircraft.  Generators, fuel, food.  It was amazing how everyone pitched in including the owner. 

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