What a day! Started off taking Chris to the John Wayne airport at 7:30, he is going to Ft. Riley in Kansas for two weeks. Doing core sampling for insectidesl, over 300. Luckily traffic was very good.
Then had to go by the attorneys office and sign some documents. That didn't go to bad. But discovered the El Camino needed tires.
While I was doing research on that, and Kay told me she heard a clicking on the Explorer driver side. The tire managed to pick up a screw, took it in to have it "plugged" but it couldn't be done because it was too close to the sidewall. So ended up putting 4 tires on it. (El Camino still needs tires, so maybe on Tuesday.)
Our company website has been down because I needed to change the Domain provider. (The previous provider sponser's a Nascar team, but they have caused me great difficulties in the past.) So it's taken two weeks to get that transisiton completed but it is finaly done.
In the mean time the new dental partial has been driving me nuts. Hopefully, it will calm down soon. Awh but life goes on!
Got the the trains back on the shelving, that's a big relief. So progress is advancing, slowly but surely.
Tomorrow back to Dr Marks.
Jim & Roy, did you guys check with the animal rights groups regarding the chickens? It seems like segregation to me.
Take care all and be safe!