Change In The Air

Following the recent reverse chronological order of the posts, here’s another that should have dropped before the last two….last week, I spent my last night on the B-Shift. For those that don’t know, we work 48-hour shifts at the firehouse and there are three of those to cover all of the days. I was transferred to C-Shift to help fill some department needs. It’s bittersweet as change can bring opportunity, but after almost 6 years on B-Shift it’s not as easy as it could be. For the entire time that I was there, I was partnered with Scott as his driver (add another year that we were together on the ambulance a long time ago, and 7 out of 11 years in Castle Rock we have spent together)….so I suppose that all good things must come to an end sooner or later. The good news is that in my spot, our back-step firefighter was promoted to driver; and I will still be driving the ladder truck at Station 5, just with a different crew.

(The photo is Chris, Scott, and I….our normal third – Troy – is out with an injury)

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