|Here comes the container!|
|Yes - it is the right container!|
|Joshua keeping the forklift company.|
|The long awaited moment!|
|Dead battery so we push unloaded the tractor|
The tractor would not start so many of the men (and a little bit of help from me) pushed it out of the container onto the earthen ramp in the field. Many of the men carried the cutter out by hand while Jason got the tractor's battery working again.
|Final unloading of the empty container - our new storage building.|
Thank you so very much to everyone that has been supportive through prayer, kind words, words of encouragement, and support. And most of all, thank you Heavenly Father for all of your blessings.
NOW the job of sorting, unpacking and arranging. It is a challenge, but a fun one! So far we only have three boxes and one important bolt missing. We will replace the bolt, and I think we will surely find the boxes. If not, at least they were not any of the most important ones! God is so good!
We are enjoying having are our hot water bottles (although one has sprung a leak.) It is so nice to have one at bedtime. Crawling into a cold bed is challenging. And now I have my thermometer so I can know WHY I am cold. It has been getting down in the 50's in our room during the night. I am unsure how cold it has been getting outside.
Doug asked where I want the rain gauge put. I said, "It's the dry season right now. I don't know!" I have lots of time to figure that one out. By October I should know where I want it.
Joshua is thrilled to have his bicycle, and we will be taking Doug's and mine to be fixed, hopefully tomorrow. The missing bolt belongs to Doug's handle bars, and my gear changer is broke. So we will all enjoy our bikes soon, we hope! Thank you again!