Great news Dave! I said it before and I'll say it again, you'd da man! Must be your military background Dave. Army Strong Brother, Army Strong!Patrick, your timing is impeccable. I actually have an appointment to meet with the school district tomorrow after my physical therapy. More good news, I met up with another Honda Service shop in Idaho Falls. It used to be a Honda dealer, but the owner retired a few years ago. The Service manager took over the service side of the shop and continues to do the work to this day. This is the only shop my GWRRA folks talk about. He told me if anyone needs repair while they're here, he'll drop what he's got and take care of us. He also offered to install my Progressive Monotubes for $70 plus parts (seals, bushings, and fluid) if I'd pull the forks and bring those to him. That will free up a bunch of time I can use to finish other things. I also followed up with the other dealer, and they're still on board, so we're pretty well covered. One of my GWRRA ladies has offered to make a few microwave baked potato sleeves to give away, so I'll have a couple of those along with a can of Plexus, and another little item that everyone might find interesting. Weather is trying to improve, we're supposed to be around 40* by this weekend.
Leslie will be home Thursday, so we'll set about getting her new drivers license and military ID, as well as a replacement SS card. She already cancelled her bank card and has a replacement on the way for that. Luckily, that was the only card she took with her. The credit card and other bank card stayed here. I have another visit with the doctor in April. This last one he checked my shoulder for range of motion and strength, and was very pleased. Range of motion is almost 100%, and strength is much better, but he wants me to continue physical therapy for a few more weeks to improve on that. Hopefully I'll have the washer repaired in the next couple days, and since the heater in the car now actually provides heat, Leslie will be a much happier camper. Well, that's about it for now, so for those of you who can get out, ride safe and keep the shiny side up. For those of you who can't, stay warm. ;D