To the Editor:
In September, I was travelling home to Pincher Creek, Alta., from a short holiday in Nelson. I was tired and hungry, so I stopped in Creston at Tim Hortons. I ordered, paid and continued on my journey. I arrived home and heard from my mom that the Alberta Motor Association called and told her that my wallet had been left at Tim Hortons.
I called Tim Hortons and was instructed to talk to a woman called Nancy. She told me not to worry and that she personally would put my wallet on the Greyhound bus. My wallet is at this time on the Greyhound bus and I am tracking it as I write this.
The lesson I want to tell you is that in these times, you don’t get people like Nancy Gareau.
Pincher Creek, Alta.