There's another shop near my place. I called Bryan and he said he could fit me in. We hustled there and waited an hour or so only for Bryan to call me over and tell me it failed due to muffler bearings.
"Oooh, Stop it, Bryan. It did not!" Bryan thought it was cute. And, ok, maybe it was a little cute, but only because he and I have a history of multiple bikes with multiple problems and because there's no such thing as muffler bearings and it didn't fail. So, 6pm go home for the day and figure things out.
(Wednesday) Before work go to a notary. My notary is kind and efficient and I comment that I hadn't seen a rubber stamp for a notary seal before like the PA notary had done. She took my form back and made noises I didn't like. She tried to look the notary up for me, but no luck. I email Greg and give him a heads up that I might need another form, but I'm going to the MVA anyway to see what they say.
So, lunchtime today go to MVA. I hold C28. They are on C17. I fill out my forms and get everything in order. I even stand in the looong information line again to talk with the info woman about a section I misunderstood. Luckily, I don't need the claim number for the Kawi that the plate is coming off of. Shew! Go back and sit down. Watch the clock.
Tick Tick Tick...
30 minutes later: "C18." No book, no music, tv, friend for company... no lunch, either. My apple is hot from the saddle bags, so I don't eat it. I wait. For another 30 minutes. No more C's called. Time to go. I can't be late for a 1pm meeting. I do take time to fill out a customer satisfaction survey on the way out though...
"More staff during peak times, please."
As I'm filling it out the computer voice calls "C19"...
Thank you , Greg, for taking care of my bike for me till I found it. ;) I can't wait to see photos of you on the Tiger with a big grin.