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It is the end of the day, I have spent the whole day with my father, whoo hoo!
Anyways, time to correct my post from later, I framed my Fire Certificate saying I passed the class, and I *shook* hands.
Anyways, I shoveled rocks mainly for four hours this morning, making sure there werent any big stones left on the top, for when the grass grows in.
After that, me and dad went to get chily dogs at the local little drive a round wagon thingy on 199. Unfortunatly, she was not there, fortunatly that led us to Broadway, where I met some cool people, and got a kick ass Chicken Ceasar Salad. Mmm mmm. That was delicious, we ate it at the Fire House with the Selfridges and Seggy Sr.
After that we came home, I mowed the lawn while father plowed the driveway, smoothing it out. Afterwards, I was really tired, shoveling, and then mowing the lawn in the sun took a lot out of me. We went and dropped off the trailer with the tractor. And went to the bank.
Coming home, we talked to mom, found out dad is finally getting a new chair. Talked to Kayla for an hour, ate, and then me and dad put in the new phone lines, and then dug a trench for our AC power line. We then loaded in wood into his truck and went and burned it at Uncle David's. Sharing stories mainly about Fire Fighting.
He then let me drive his truck, I know I am 16, and have been driving with my permit for a while. But a truck is completely different. Especially when its one of the biggest commercial trucks you can buy. I did not drive it far at all, but it was definetly a wonderful experience.
After dad checked the messages in Uncle Davids basement, which is also the headquarters for my fathers business. We came home, dad started to remove a heat sheild on his truck, and I went inside, talking to Kayla quckly on the phone because she called me. And then sat down and wrote this.
It is 7 pm, and the day is far from over, I have a feeling a Fire call is going to occur soon, and its going to be a long one.
So that was my day so far, exciting no? I think so, I had a lot of fun with dad today.
For now people, Keep it Wicked!