Hugs for BC Hydro crews

The most beautiful lights in almost seven days: B.C. Hydro was here.

Hugs for BC Hydro crews

It was a cold, dark night, when I was awakened by the lights…could it be…the most beautiful lights in almost seven days: B.C. Hydro was here.

Four trucks actually. I was so happy I got up and went outside to hug the first person I saw. I would have hugged everyone but did not want to get in their way. I was told they came from Vancouver, so I just had to write to express how thankful we are.

Your work is in the worst weather or in the aftermath, please realize how greatly appreciated you all are for your hard work. Many blessings to you and your families in the New Year. Thank you, again.

Lora Sinclair

Duncan

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