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We moved into our new house a few weeks ago, and I think we’ve emptied just about every single box! As you can see from the photo thumbnails, Ponzi still has to empty the boxes for her new home office. Seems like she’s been doing laundry non-stop, and we finally got all the clothes picked up off the bedroom floor and sorted semi-appropriately (seeing as we don’t have any drawers in our new master closet). It’s been slow going, and I’m very anxious to feel that “settled in” feeling before too long.
We have a small bit of roof work that needs to be done, as you can tell. That, and I think I’ve got a long list of “curiosities” for an electrician to review at some point in the near future. Today, I hope to put a few more things away and prep our exercise room for when we return from vacation. Home ownership is awesome, but it’s also a lot of hard work. I must thank every single one of our friends who have helped or offered to help us through this season – I would be going insane without every single one of you.
Dude. We’re moving. Yeah, I know you know we’re moving – this isn’t the first time I’ve mentioned that we’re moving. The point of this post isn’t to say that we’re going to move – we’re actually moving, and it all starts tomorrow morning.
We’ve been in a holding pattern, as has most of Seattle this past week (largely due to poor weather conditions); we were supposed to sign the final paperwork yesterday, according to my calendar. That’s happening tomorrow, before the movers come and move us – and remember, they were going to move us two other times before this one, so the conversation went something like this:
When moving from LA to Seattle, Ponzi and I drove the PCH with Wicket and Pixie in the back seat of my Acura (her, driving alone in the BMW Z4). We could have flown, but transporting cars isn’t exactly cheap over such a great distance.
When we were planning on moving from Seattle to back to LA, we had virtually no choice but to transport our vehicles and fly coach (with Wicket and Pixie in cargo). Otherwise, we would’ve driven with them (again) in unpredictable weather – or go out of our way to clock 2,000 miles in two separate cars. No way, no how.
I thought I remembered Ponzi telling me that it was going to cost us thousands of dollars to do it before (LA to Seattle). So, I figured I’d try the Internets to see if I could get companies to bid against one another. I found AutoGain.Net through a Google ad – and it was pretty much what I wanted.
Ã¢â¬ÅWe understand how valuable your time is!Ã¢â¬Â? Simply fill out our easy quote form, then sit back and relax a little. Our system will locate 5 certified auto transporters that best fit your needs. Your information will then be securely submitted to these companies, and a representative will respond ASAP. Ã¢â¬ÅWe understand how valuable your belongings are to you!Ã¢â¬Â? AutoGain.net only partners with certified and reputable auto transport companies. When you hire a quality auto transporter it means your estimate will be accurate, your vehicle will be kept safe, and your shipment will arrive on time.
Didn’t cost a thing to do. True to their word, I received five bids within a 24-hour period. Of course, their form was restricted to a single vehicle – but I could at least get an idea about how much a second vehicle transport might cost us (based on the bid). Best rate was from Abby Auto Transport, by the way – but your mileage may vary. Pun intended.
We didn’t move this weekend. We were going to move, but didn’t – and I can’t tell you why we didn’t move until I know more. We thought we were moving, had prepared for the move, but didn’t actually move because of a major (read: pivotal) snag. Our house was prepared for the move, too. This was the second last minute change in plans – with the first last minute change shifting our track and direction just as dramatically. We have effectively, as movers, moved moving again. Would someone please stop this merry-go-round?
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