New York State licenses C.A.T.S. as home inspector education provider (school).

Congrats CATS. I was beginning to worry that you guys had died up there in the cold wintery north land.

Thanks John!

Nope not dead or even cold for that matter.
Just trying to get all our ducks in a row is all.

Hey Albany isn’t that far away from you. You will have to drop over one weekend for a visit and a few … ummmmm Scotch isn’t it? :wink:

Scotch and water, I believe.

The last time I stopped in to one of your classes, I ended up literally taking over the Class. What was suppose to be a quick “pop in to say HI”, turned into an evening of Q & A. If I remember correctly, we stayed until nearly 1 a.m. or so and tended to the needs of each and every student with questions. Heck, we even managed to get the days educational seminar in.

Scotch on the Rocks is fine. The ice will suffice for the water.:wink:

Yes that is very true John. So then what you are saying is that you will “pop” by to the class one evening and “take over” as long as I bring the Scotch, huh.

Well in that case we will have to plan that night for more than just class…LOL :wink:

Congrats Robert, I wish you much success with your new area.

Thanks Greg.

As the saying goes… nothing ventured, nothing gained!

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