Return of keys greatly appreciated

I wish to extend my grateful thanks to the gentleman in the sports car who stopped me at the four-way stop Teskey/Prest. Bailey to return my house keys which had dropped from my truck.

I wish to extend my grateful thanks to the gentleman in the sports car who stopped me at the four-way stop Teskey/Prest. Bailey to return my house keys which had dropped from my truck.

A combination of having too much on my mind and not focusing on the task of unhitching the flatbed trailer resulted in me leaving them on the bumper. They made it all the way down Ryder Lake Road to fall off near the bottom.

It just goes to show there are courteous people on the roads.

I did not manage to get his name nor licence plate, else I would be thanking him in person. He went out of his way and his efforts are appreciated.

I hope you will allow me to thank him through your paper.

Clive Ellis

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