This morning, we moved the golf cart to Anthony’s house. Here, we will have electricity for tools and lights so that we can work at night. It also ensures that the golf cart won’t be taken from us again. The move was facilitated by Chris’ trailer which was just long enough for our 6 passenger golf cart.
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Hey guys. Sorry for the lack of new stuff. We’re really busy writing our design requirements report and practicing for our presentation this Thursday. We have located the cart and will be transporting it really soon. We’ll keep you updated once we finish with this week’s deadline.
Today, our golf cart was returned to us. We met on campus last Friday and tried to locate the golf cart, but were unsuccessful. We were told that there were several places where it could have been taken, and it would take time to find it. I drove by the golf cart this evening to verify that it had been returned and took a few photos.
We were planning on moving our golf cart from campus to our project headquarters, my house, bright and early tomorrow morning due to the fact that the school would find a place for it if we didn’t. According to a nice reminder left on the cart by campus officials, we had until the 19th of this month to go ahead and transport it. That being said, we thought we were on the ball by beating their deadline by more than two weeks.
Its 9 o’clock now and I get a call from Stephen saying the cart is gone. So instead spending tomorrow transporting the cart, we get to run around campus looking for it. This is the last thing we need, and were all pretty frustrated, but no one said that this project was gonna be easy. Hopefully tomorrow we can get this little obstacle taken care of. Wish us luck because right now we feel we’re in short of it. I’ll let you guys know how tomorrow goes. Good night.