Saturday, March 23, 2013

Had a Plan, But ...

Every year the Pinal County Search and Rescue (SAR) Posse has a food booth at the annual reenactment of the Battle of Picacho Peak. This year it was scheduled for March 16th and 17th so the team members and a team member's driver showed up on Friday to set up camp and get the kitchen set up.

Some of the actors (re-actors?) were setting up their encampments

and they had a couple cannon ready for action.

The plan was to write a post about Saturday's battles but the plan went downhill when our daughter (also a SAR member) called asking for remote diagnosis of a terrible noise her car started making as they were coming through the town of Coolidge early Saturday morning.

Can't say enough good stuff about Jeremy Yeoman and the staff at The Tire Factory in Coolidge, AZ who determined the cause (a failing bearing on the timing belt idler) and replaced it in spite of being neck deep in business and running with a typically short Saturday staff. Turns out everyone in the area knows that's where to take any repair or tire business from cars to RVs. They draw from Florence, Eloy, and Casa Grande and I can see why. I was really impressed with their attitude, customer service, and quality worksmanship!

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