As of this morning the Canadian bound sheep are stuck in Bountiful, Utah with the hauler who has a blown transmission. Lois may be driving down to Utah to pick them up. We won’t know more until we hear whether the rebuilt transmission that was ordered arrives and gets installed. Looks like it was all part of the same mechanical problem he had in Delta, it’s just taking a long time to die in stages. The Washington bound sheep are obviously also stuck but at least they don’t have a deadline to cross a border.
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