OK, so what does this mean to John & Susun? Well, when you put yourself "out there" into legit MOAN Country, you start to do a lot of thinking about emergency services and so forth. What's gonna happen if you get into trouble? The prudent backcountry visitor is ALWAYS thinking of these things. How would you notify someone if you had an emergency? How would you get out of a predicament? Where's the nearest medical care? How would you get there?
In a lot of cases, a Life Flight spells the difference between life and death. It's that simple.
Since we're gonna be deep in MOAN Country a big chunk of this year, we decided yesterday to once again rejoin and pay our annual membership. This time we paid to EIRMC's A.I.R operation. We also called St. Luke's flight line in Twin Falls to verify reciprocity and area of coverage.
So, what this means is that every fly speck of country we will be working or recreating in this summer is completely and totally covered by our primary partner or one of their reciprocating partners. Now, folks, that giant peace of mind for a mere fifty bucks. Wouldn't you agree?
We included a photo of the Agusta in its ski rig here at right. The chopper in service here has a different paint job but it flies the same skis.