Thank you Princeton!

Terry Inglis shares his thoughts as he leaves Princeton to spend more time with his family.

The time has come, the walrus said…

Nine years ago I moved to Princeton, not knowing anyone here, but knowing it is a small town with great people—having spent some time here over the years enroute to my brothers cabin at Missezula Lake.

I built my house using local suppliers and received fantastic service from all. Really, the only questions asked of me were “where are you from and what do you do?”

Mistake? – I told them and all of a sudden my services were in demand. The PXA and RJ Beaupre Drilling took up a great deal of my time, but it was all good.

I met so many wonderful people. I can not name them all, but you know who you are.

I am moving to Vancouver Island to be closer to some of my grandchildren and spend time with them as they grow up.

I will be back as often as possible to visit, but —Ken, I will not be helping herd calves at the Rodeo.

I will miss Princeton. See you soon.

Terry Inglis