When asking Bill of one of his more memorable moments on the job as a mover, his face lit up as the following story unfolded. A moving client, who was an avid hunter, was moving from Snowmass, CO to Bozeman, MT. The client hunted pheasants, ducks, woodcocks, and other “upland” birds many of which were stuffed and mounted. Each of the mounted heads was going to be crated separately to make certain for a safe arrival in Bozeman. When Columbine arrived at the house, the boys set up a crate making station in the garage and put the trophies in the driveway.