Early interesting Cars:
NYC, 5th AVE 1913
We had a productive day. We have lived permanently in 6 states requiring communicating with the DMV. I have said the Florida DMV is the best I have dealt with. Today was no exception. Florida is a little different you deal with the Tax man a lot. They handle cars, tags and most registrations.
I got a little stressed when they took my girl right away before I could say I want to go with her. Not to help her, but to have her near to interpret for me. The masks have made my hearing even worse because I still read lips a lot.
I was called while she was away and I tried to act confident, but I do need that girl. She finished before me and came to help me, what a relief. ‘Chrissy’, the rep I was talking with, was able to immediately talk to Sherry knowing I needed it. LOL
So today we have changed our address, Chrissy voluntarily said I will go ahead and change the car and motor home titles also. Do you need to register to vote?
She took care of that for both of us.
Here at home I have the computer desk area pretty much on its way. We should be at it tomorrow night.
We have had storms most every day we have been here, as I said, I think we moved in the monsoon season.
Take care AND when you must be out, and wearing a mask, it is still important to compliment that clerk who is working with a mask on ALL DAY!
I wanted to post some pictures from our last couple days in NC, but this one is all that came out good enough. Grandma Corrine giving the grands a ride at out last family get together. in back is Rosemary, Maverick and Stella. I got a little insulted when I relieved Corinne at the wheel, all the kids wanted out ans left me with an empty trailer. LOL
PS: WE haven’t heard back about Corey out in Portland, but I am sure some family there would let us know if something major has occurred.