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So I’ll start with the first part of today’s headline, the bureaucracy.
Remember last weeks ordeal with the registration of the van? Well, today we got another volume of it. Not about the registration, but the insurance matter.
When making an application for a motor carrier license to the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board one has to prove that one has insurance. The board has “created” form MC110 for that purpose. We submitted that form stamped and signed by the insurance company at the time with our application.
The resulting email I got back is so horrendously dumb that I lost my speech for a moment. Not only is the guy asking for the very same form MC110 again, but he also remarks that the insurance slip I submitted has the last part of the name obscured. Now it is true that the printer does not handle long names very well, so the last part of “Campobello Sightseeing behind my name is hardly readable. However, if the guy had bothered to check the VIN on the registration and the insurance document he would have found that the numbers are matching. But I guess that takes too much of a lawyers brain to find out about.
Aah… I’m feeling a lot better now. I was down at the beach yesterday and found out that the stinkin’ stranded blubber mount is gone. They buried it. Right there! I have no idea who did it and how they got the equipment along. But good thing is that it is gone.
This is where the Whale was buried
This afternoon Bea and I went on a rehearsal tour with our van. Checked the timing, the interpretation and even the driving route got changed a bit. Two people think better than one. And if the wife is the other thinking part everything should be just fine. Had ourselves a very nice day with no clouds anywhere. That makes me forget even……Ok I won’t mention it anymore.
Tomorrow we’ll have another rehearsal. Quality is our mission.
Thanks for stopping by again.