Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Hour and a Half from Town!
I AGREE ^^^
We have a cabin business and when I cleaned the 5,000+ sq. ft. Lodge absolutely DESTROYED, with filthy messes there was never a tip. That really got to me. Then we'd get a good family in that left it in good basic condition and they'd at least leave a $10. I always tip when I stay somewhere. Those gals and guys get put through the ringer.
Our grocery store still carries out the sacks and loads, I'm always trying to slip those boys a $5 but they can't take it! I try and slip it in their hand but they always smile and say "no, Mam, but thanks!
Our feed store loads but they can't accept tips either, but at least that lets me know they are making a "decent" wage. Unlike waitresses who get paid a few measly dollars an hour, then have to include their tips for their salary. I pay extra good tips to the good ones, not so much when I get terrible service.
I do not tip the farrier, he charges extra plus mileage for coming out so far.
You can get a lot further with a ladder than you can with crutches!! What do you mean what do I mean?