I just wanted your community to know how impressed I am with one gal’s kindness, and encourage everyone to get your coffee at her local shop, The Fix!

Back in late August, I attended a wedding at a ranch near Clearmont. While driving alone at dusk to Buffalo, I hit a deer and was stranded along the highway, unable to drive, with no cell phone service. Trinity Rodriguez, on her way home, stopped to help a complete stranger.

She was willing to drive me anywhere, even to her home, and helped me call friends. When her husband came and crawled under my car in the dark to fix it so I could drive home to Gillette, I was forever in their debt.

God bless amazing, Christian families and small business owners! Buffalo is home to some great folks.

Julie Mankin, Gillette

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