Saturday, September 21, 2013

21 September 2013 The days grow short when you reach September

Cassi Creek:  Today began with gray overcast and evidence of light drizzle.  It has progressed to wide spread rain with more rain moving in with a cold front that is now about halfway across the state to our west. 
          There is an autumnal feel to the day.  Since tomorrow is the autumnal equinox, that is appropriate.  We’re already seeing leaves falling from the larger trees.  The color changes should be happening in the high country before long. 
          We’ve been trying to get the new guttering finished and the leaks fixed.  The better business bureau in Green County was unable to get a response from the company.  We need to call in someone to do an estimate for finishing the job and then contact the county sheriff and/county attorney.  This is going to wind up in small claims court and the company will either have been dissolved or have no assets and want more money to finish the job.  They won’t get it from us. 
          I don’t understand why it is so difficult to get people to complete jobs and to do what we hire them to do.  Poor and incomplete work seems to be endemic to the region.  It’s about time to move on to the next repairs we need to have completed.  Getting the trailer remnants out of the wooded property is the most needed task and will definitely require contract help. 

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