Another busy week here in the South Metro! I took one day off last week and a building flooded-- Who knew I was that necessary?? ;-) That is my bit of mid-week humor. In all actuality though, a huge thank you goes to my night manager Eric who got right out there with our crew after receiving a text message to assess the damage. He contacted the customer letting her know the importance of getting everything extracted immediately, placing de-humidifiers on-site, along with air movers to get her building taken care. These extra immediate precautions prevent mold and further structural damage. With help from Greg and Eric and customer approval, we were able to take care of their site. It is great to know that I can communicate back and forth from the deer stand through emails and text messages a few times and know that things will get handled from that point on. Thanks Eric and Greg!
This weekend is a light weekend in the ways of extra charge projects in my territory. It’s the first time in a while that we have had so little going on so it is nice to breathe a bit, knowing that October is booked up with wax projects in our exam rooms, as well as carpet cleaning in the same clinics all month long.
Last weekend I spent time cleaning out our heated box deer stands up in Thief River Falls. During the day, we also worked on removing fallen trees and other scrap from our trails to make sure we are ready for the first week of November. We also checked out our trail cameras and saw several deer hanging out in the woods, so it looks like a good year is to come! In the morning and evenings I did get out to a different chunk of land that I have access to and got to sit with my bow. I saw 10-13 deer, but none were able to be taken.
~Your City Wide Team