Earlier, the new concrete guy came by -- has the license, is insured, will give me a two-year warranty. The cost is equivalent to how much I've paid on the vet bill so far, so I can put it on my credit card without the payment going up. He's three weeks behind and will call a few days ahead to let me know when they'll be here. It's only a one-day process so I'll just be in that day. I asked how they made ramps without the concrete settling and it turns out they use very dry concrete so it doesn't move. Since he left, I've wondered if we can color the edges of the ramp. I know Luke will have the white ramp and the green grass to tell where the edge is, but an additional cue might help. I know you can color concrete; I wonder how much trouble it would be to color the top half-inch on each edge of the ramp.
We're due for Hannah tomorrow -- strong winds, lots of rain -- so I may end up seeing Luke on Sunday.