When Collin Baikie was 10 years old, he showed an uncanny natural ability to fix bikes, two-stroke motors, and snowmobiles of any kind – definitely a necessary service in a small northern community without any established repair shops. To alleviate Collin fixing machines in a snow bank by the front door, the family built a 20 by 60’ shed in the yard using multiple old roof trusses from a torn-down community school.
Corey Webber also had the same uncanny natural ability to make anything work, so together the boys began striping parts and fixing snowmobiles for community members in the new repair shed. Collin’s mother, Melinda, became annoyed every spring, when after a long winter, old snowmobile bodies, skis and handle bars began thawing from the mountain of snow outside the shed and near the main road. The community council began asking questions if the boys were operating a legitimate repair business, and if so, they needed to pay town taxes.
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