This is one of those stories that only could happen to me, and involve a lot of good people, at Steve's among others. I needed to put on snow tires in vain hopes of keeping the snow away for another 4 or 5 months. I arranged to drop the car in the morning and to be driven to the site of conference on poverty, hunger and the damage it does to our whole society. The desk staff were ready when I arrived, took my information and sent me off with the prearranged ride that Derek had confirmed when I booked the appointment. (My day was great partly because I had absolute peace of mind that the work on my care would be technically excellent). Additionally, when the brakes on my car turned out to need work, my wife told them that she valued my life more than the cost of the work. That too got done. Near the end, I called to see if the expected work was done, and to say I would try to cadge a ride. Instead, I was instantly offered a pick-up that would get me to the shop with time to get to the Supper Club in Ingersoll where I would help serve over a hundred dinners to people without enough food or without company at meals. . What I didn't know is that at the end of the event, I would be offered 6 trays of food which had been brought in, not consumed, kept in the refrigerator, for the Supper Club. Steve's driver arrives to see me with 6 trays of food, and promptly helps load them in the car. Ok, sorry about the spillage of the fruit on the floorboards at a stop-sign, but huge quantities of food were delivered on time for dinner to a record number of people at the Supper Club. Thanks to Steve's for exemplary service. Thanks to Steve's for community spirit. Thanks to my wife for getting my brakes done. Everyone on the road was safer for all of these efforts.