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Baymule

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Nice car. Should be gas saver!!

So is closing still set for Monday???? THEN you can get power on, and spend a day at DMV for all that "stuff" in one trip. 🤞
Nope. Paperwork is at abstract office.
Trailer tags are done at county office in Groveton. Driver’s license is done in Crockett. Why make anything easy?
 

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At least the end is in sight! :barnie:weee

Next up:
1. Sign closing papers
2. Transfer Driver's license
3. Get tags for new car
4. Transfer trailer tags
5. Build fences for sheep and dogs
6. Start interior work on new house
7. Finish DS' house
8. Paint interior new house
9. Build more fences - run hot wire
10. Repack all your stuff
11.
Borrow cargo trailer
12. Pack cargo trailer
13. Build more fences for sheep and dogs
14. Move belongings to new property
15, Unload cargo trailer
16. Get cargo containers to new house
17. Load flat bed trailer with fence sections, feeders, water tubs, chutes, sheep equipment, etc. and take to new house
18. Repeat #s 9 through 17 several times.

Then pick up Cooper, and get knee done! Almost there! :celebrate
 

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Roof is off the back room addition. Chris worked hard while I was gone!

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Monday he starts tearing down the lumber frame. I’ll pull nails and stack up the lumber.
 

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Any chance DS will let you have the lumber and tin for your new sheep barn? :fl
Chris will fix all the rotted wood, got to get an electrician to make sure everything is up to code to pass inspection. DS wants a roof over the patio, not attached. I'll get gutters with the leaf screen put on and Chris will put up the roof using 4x4 posts. A cover over the patio would be much nicer.
 

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Yes she can start drivers ed, get a permit and get her license at 16.

A hardship license is rarely given out anymore. But under certain circumstances a 14 year old can get a license.

My mom was born in 1923. When she was 14, her dad taught her to drive. They filled out a form, mailed it and 50 cents to the state capital, Austin, and they mailed back her license. LOL
 
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