Here's something you don't see everyday. A Cessna Citation jet at KSGS (South St. Paul, Minnesota). He landed with a bit of a tailwind on Sunday morning and used all but about 300 feet to stop. Then he taxied over to Wipaire, leaving the engines running while disgorging a couple of guys and their bags. I think they might've worked at Wipaire. They loaded some cans of something (paint) and then the jet took off.
I noticed later he came up from Waterloo, landed at KSGS, went to Canada, then Duluth, then back to Waterloo.
I'd love to know what that was all about.
Frankly, I don't think it's a very good idea for business jets to land at airports like KSGS. It's an airport that works very hard to be a good neighbor and the pilots based there do what they can to limit noise.
A rich guy coming in on a Sunday morning to buy some stuff is bound to upset the neighbors, and I don't blame them a bit.