And sure enough, on the driver side window of the truck was a towing
sticker. Amusing since it would take an industrial sized towing truck to
tow a 32 foot truck.
The sticker indicated the truck was illegally parked and the additional
comment made it unclear if the truck was illegally parked because it spanned
two parking spots and on the grass, or if the only questionable part was
that it was parked on the grass.
This made Annmarie worried about the truck being towed so we spent the next
half hour walking around the Byzantine labrynth jokingly called a parking
lot trying to find a place we could park it.
We found none.
We then discussed where we could park it. Not much choices. We called
Mark since he
lives in an area with no association along a dead end street. He indicated
that it might not be a good idea since one of his more surly neighbors was
sure to call the police.
Marcus then said he would park it at his parents house as their driveway was
big enough to hold the truck. We had no real choice but to do that. So he
moved the truck, Annmarie drove their two cars into the guest spots the
truck was parked over, and I followed Marcus to his parents house while
Kelly and Annmarie stayed behind for more packing.
We dropped the truck off and drove back. Kelly and I spent another hour or
so helping with the packing before leaving.
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