Troutbisquits You got that right on the gas prices. I've been limited to lakes and ponds close to home so I don't have to drive very far. I miss my trips to J mart and Texoma but at, soon to be, 100 bucks to fill my truck that ain't going to happen for a few years now. I do have the boat on CL at 6000 but no hits yet.
1 year ago that would have been mine. I love everything about it. But I can barely afford my rent and tackle. In even better news I have to write a letter to all my customers explaining that I have to add a new retail delivery fee to their invoices starting July 1. I think Colorado will come to its senses but right now things are shaping up like we live in California. Just remember folks just because itís called a fee doesnít mean itís not a tax. And you folks registering boats like this know this better than anyone. Donít like making things political but most of us on here are ďrichĒ and they will try to get every dime out of you they can. Apparently being an outdoorsman is a luxury these days.
Just bumping this up and throwing this out there after reading the linked first post. You can sometimes either negotiate to get your medical bill down or at least work with the medical provider to make payments over time that you can actually afford instead of trying to pay it all. If you do want to pay it all off at once, they'll give you a substantial pay at once discount. I use the term substantial loosely here because of their already jacked up prices. It's still a discount though.
The fact that they seem to think that everyone has thousands of dollars just laying around waiting for them to take is a load of crap. You probably knew all this, but just putting it out there. You hate to see someone get rid of all their good stuff. Good Luck either way.