Monday, December 14, 2009

Holding pattern

The dead dog was picked up today, the landlady found a half-buried cutoff valve that isolates the burst pipe so Bob has cold water at least, and the utility company (or minions thereof) were on the street today apparently moving toward installing the remaining phone lines in the neighborhood. This last makes me glad we already went down to transfer the phone line application to the new house, because if they showed up and installed here, then who knows what would be involved in getting it moved from here to a new location, plus there would be a transfer fee and stuff. The neighbor at the new house said that when she applied for a line (no idea how long ago), they came along and installed it really quickly. We're hoping that remains the case, since we'll be without Internet till the phone is installed, and then another week or so after the phone is in for them to send the DSL tech out. But it sounds promising enough that we're probably not going to transfer the cable over. I think. We sign the contract and actually take possession tomorrow, so we'll find out then if the owner painted at all. If he did, it all happened on Sunday (or today), so probably not.

3 comments:

Fran December 14, 2009 8:56 PM  

Ay ay ay- I have not been around often enough, a lot of catch up here.

Good thoughts wafting from cold upstate NY down to CR wishing you to have all this go as you need it too.

Y pobrecito perrito... que triste!

Good wishes, good thoughts, good moves.

Saoirse in Spokane December 15, 2009 7:32 AM  

Here's hoping they hook the phone line up quickly. Don't want you to be out of touch too long. Sorry to hear about the dog. Good luck moving.

Lisa December 15, 2009 7:07 PM  

I guess Costa Rica at least is consistent in the adventure it provides.

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