A year and a half ago, we bought a small fishing boat from my sister, Bev. Last summer I looked into getting it licensed, but there were a few snags and Terry was too busy haying to care. Today he decided to get the registration and licensing taken care of so we can use it. He was frustrated when he came home.
The trailer seems to be homemade, but it needs #'s stamped on the frame. There are 2 guys in Clear Lake who do that. Since it was 11:45, one guy had gone home for dinner. The other guy simply wasn't around. Terry messed around until 1pm to get the #'s stamped. 8 numbers at $2 each. Then the sheriff was supposed to inspect the # to make sure it matched the paper. The sheriff was in MN somewhere, and the deputy was over by Lake Cochrane. So that didn't happen. The gal at the courthouse needs to know what kind of boat it is. My sister found that out; it wasn't anywhere on the boat. (It's a Lund.) Next, she needs to fill out a "bill of sale". Fortunately I will see her in a couple days and take care of that. I'd better not forget!
I washed a couple loads of laundry and it dried! We had mostly clouds that looked like they could drop sprinkles much of the day.
I also did bookwork for a couple of hours. Terry was able to mow 2/3 of the yard.
Chad and Hannah came over to check on some of the calves, and Terry talked them into staying for supper. I served left-over spaghetti; we had an enjoyable visit.
Terry's ears got lowered after we took a short walk.