When we bought our new truck, we asked about any break-in periods for the engine. There weren’t any – except we couldn’t tow anything for the first 500 miles. No problem, we would be over that before we needed to head south. However, in reading through the owner’s manual, Dave discovered another restriction. The transmission required that we not exceed 50 mph in the first 500 miles of towing. That meant taking I95 south would be a problem.
Shortly after we left Faith in the spring, the contractor finally positioned the 2 containers that would replace the storage rooms destroyed in June of 2017 by tree limbs falling on them. The work that had been initially planned for last winter had been delayed, and the time to get these containers in working order was long overdue. Working with the other volunteers who had arrived just before and after us, the work was finally getting under way.
We did make it for Thanksgiving and enjoyed the day with a church dinner. Jahaziel was trying out his new camera and made a video of the day. (See here.) Although it’s hard to hear some of the people speaking, it is a touching picture of some people reflecting on what they are thankful for.