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|fish in my pond|
Second task was to visit my little bank where I had my business account and close it out and say goodbye. They've been very good to me as a small (some might say miniscule) business.
Then we took that money to the other bank to deposit it into the checking account. I plan to use this money to get a faster computer to dedicate to my Photoshop projects and will keep the older one for other documents and email. My computer has better memory than I do, but it's slowing down as well. At least I can change that, not much I can do for myself. While at the bank we made use of their notary public service to finalize the application for mail delivery service with Escapee's RV Club.
After that was done we took that to the Post Office as I had another book I sold to mail out. Since most of the chores were done we went to various car dealers to find out what can be towed with all four wheels on the ground. Not many as we have found!
I needed something to rev me up again as I was beginning to droop, so we stopped at Pickerman's for a bowl of soup. Nothing like their incredible soup to warm one's spirit and keep you going! While we were slurping up our comfort food I had a call from the lady we met at the Park & Sell. She wanted to meet with us at 5:00 so she could show her daughter the R-Pod.
We stopped off at the house for a bit and then went back to the Park & Sell with high hopes. They were definitely interested in the canned ham, but her current vehicle isn't quite enough to pull it safely any distance. However, the mother wants to buy a truck, so maybe this will happen anyway. Tomorrow I'll run the ad with the new reduced price of $9,500 and hope for the best.
It was important to remove the canned ham for two reasons. One to make it more visible and another to protect it from the work on the roof that should start tomorrow. The roof has to be replaced before the appraisal can happen. It's always something.
Long Live the Queen of Control