Saturdays in the OCC at North Cariboo are pretty quiet. A medevac or two, hotelling for the upcoming weeks for the aircrew and AME's drifting in and out working on aircraft. Last Saturday an AME from Aero was in, working on AQN's "C" check. Over a coffee, we got to talking about piston pounders and he turned to me and asked: "Wanna see something cool?" "Should I bring my camera?" "Oh yeah, bring it." So, into the ramp truck and drive over to the Esso Avitat ramp and lo and behold this beautiful beast: C-GVWC was enroute to the Lethbridge Airshow, but had to stop in YYC to fix a hydraulic problem. That got fixed and then an engine problem sprung up. It took a while to get that old Pratt and Whitney going: You can see the gas on the ramp that was being spit out as the engine tried to fire. Yup, sometimes it is worth coming to work on a Saturday. And it's always worth carrying the E-P2 with me.