On Sunday July 26 2020, Murray Saugstad from Canada left the following message for Dustin Flundra:
"Hi Dustin. I don't imagine you remember me because the last time I saw you, you were wearing a diaper running around your Grampa and Grammas place in Cochrane. I used to work with your dad at Maple Leaf Helicopters when he would come up periodically to do some work on helicopters for Wayne Bell who was our chief engineer in Chetwynd and Ft. St. John British Columbia. Heck your dad even sold me his pickup. Christ he could sell ice to an Eskimo but it was a nice truck. When I was at your Grandparents place that weekend in the early 80s I longlined a water trough with one of our Bell 204s your Grandfather wanted moved out of some timber to a more suitable spot. I think that was the last time I was ever in touch with your dad and have totally lost track of him and Wayne Bell. If your so inclined I would really appreciate you sending me a little information by e-mail on how I could touch base with him. I follow the stampede every year and have seen you in action for several years. Your a very. Smooth bronc rider. I was really looking forward to this year but shit eh. I watched last years anyhow. Thanks for your time."
Murray Saugstad left an e-mail address and a telephone number.