Good News: Baby Walruses, Broken Air Conditioners, and Classic Cars

Here are a few more Good News stories making the rounds . . .

1.  A 75-year-old in Missouri named Peggy Moore hasn’t had A/C all summer after a repair guy basically scammed her.  She hired him in February and paid $5,000, but he never got her A/C going.  So it’s been 90 degrees in her home.

Another A/C guy heard about it and stepped up to help though.  He offered to fix it for free, and even upgraded her to a bigger unit.  He told a reporter that anytime you can help, you should, and that “it needs to happen more often.”

2.  Someone in Alaska spotted a month-old baby walrus all alone, about four miles inland, and saved it.  A place called the Alaska SeaLife Center is taking care of it.  They say the babies are used to having their mom around to keep them warm.  So workers are providing it with, quote, “24/7 cuddle care.”  (Here’s a photo.)

3.  A guy in England bought a classic car from 1933, and got obsessed with the history of it.  So he planned a road trip and drove to visit all of its previous owners.  One guy said it was his first car after getting his license in 1968.  His mom is 97 now and also got a visit.