Saturday, April 25, 2015
Although it doesn't look like it, there is progress being made on the truck. They are getting it back into shape. The front corner post and the front door have been straightened and are back to their original forms. The shops don't have all the tools we have back home to do body work and it will take much more time to get the job done.
Thursday, April 23, 2015
The unexpected happened the other week. The truck had just descended a mountainous road that was very long. Upon arriving on the road at the foot of the mountain and traveling on the flat the brakes failed. We are so grateful that we plunged into the rear of a dump truck loaded with sand. There was no damage to the dump truck and there were no personal injuries. There is much to be repaired and parts to replace. We will be without a vehicle for a while so do keep us in prayer.
There was damage to the front right corner of the truck. The front door was buckled, the dash was dismounted, and the brake and clutch pedal were turned downwards to the floor.
This is a side view of the second story apartment for Escotte. The window protection was recently installed and the roof was finished.
A view of the ceiling.