Oh, I hate this part…

I have to get an early start. The Jeep needs new tires, and the money’s in the account and the tires are (hopefully) waiting for me at the shop in town.

But I don’t normally drive the Jeep to town myself, for (to paraphrase Monty Python) a very real and legally binding reason. I know it’ll be all right. It’s not like ninjas are waiting for me at the border or anything for chrissake. But I don’t really believe it’ll be all right, and I won’t till I make it home unmolested by the Forces of Law and Order.

So. Here we go.

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5 Responses to Oh, I hate this part…

  1. Joat says:

    Is it the jeep that have the legal issue or you? If it’s just you could you have a neighbor drive it in?

  2. Tahn says:

    In some states, a “farm” vehicle is not required to have a tag, just the reflective triangle on the back, nor is the operator required to have a license when operated within so many miles of the ag. operation, although this is changing. There is usually a 30 MPH speed limit. Regardless, Good Luck!

    Freedom Flash Back- When I was 12, I was driving a tractor pulling a hay wagon on a state highway. The only qualification required was the ability to reach the pedals and know the arm signals for left, right, slow or stop.

  3. jabrwok says:

    Some inspirational music for you:-D.

  4. coloradohermit says:

    Give us a holler if you need bail money.

  5. Robert says:

    And maybe tell us you got back.

To the stake with the heretic!