Thursday morning I drove to Brockport in order to sell Jill's car and give her mine. I got there before noon and we headed to a ‘mobile DMV’…BEST THING EVER…we only had to wait about 10 minutes before being called and taking care of everything. It was all just a reminded to me how much I try to avoid going to the the DMV. Even scarier is the fact that I am good at dealing with all of their bologna makes me even happier that our estimated time of departure is getting closer. I heard several people feeling the same way and when they left they basically said "I Hate New York!" It went fairly smoothly although there was some kind of insurance confusion with the buyer, but it was nobody’s fault, and by noon Jill’s Subaru was sold.
After the DMV Jill brought me out into her field where she works because she had to take care of some things before coming up to the boat for the weekend. Originally we were going to do stream measurements, but her professor had some of the equipment so we ended up filling in some loose ends and showing me around. Apparently I wore the completely wrong attire for this event. I came in shorts and my sandals, Jill questioned this because apparently she normally goes out in pants and boots; for good reason. On our adventure we went through weeds and grasses that were about 3 feet tall, then we went through a farmers field which I am pretty sure was recently fertilized, and climbed down some pretty steep slopes. A normal day in Jill’s field work, luckily she didn’t bring me through some other places she had planned on going.
Here is a picture of Buttermilk falls, not the actual Buttermilk falls in
This was very interesting, I am glad I got to go see what she does.