We all experienced the wrath of the outgoing (hopefully) winter last week in the blizzard that hit us; leaving everyone with yet another winter mess to navigate our lives around. However, the Raymond Rescue team and the Road Commissioner’s team of plow guys did a superior job of navigating around the storm as far as I’m concerned.
At 4 a.m., last Wednesday morning I had to call them to help me get my husband to the hospital. As our long lane had not been cleared of snow and that heavy drifting, had drifted high around our garage doors and front door entry - we were literally trapped inside. I warned them they would have to plow their way in; and they did. Not only did they plow themselves in, they had to shovel to our door. Not only did they shovel to our door - they shoveled in front of the garage door so I could get my car out to follow the rescue unit to the hospital. We would like to extend our deepest thanks to the Raymond Rescue. Everything was done so efficiently and quickly and with such calm at such a stressful moment. We want them to know what a comfort they bring – just knowing they are out there. We want to say: Thank you so very much. My husband did have surgery and is recouping very well; due in large part, to your efforts.
John and Gayle Plummer and Family