You may be asking yourself, "Hey, why hasn't the camp blog been updated concerning the storm damages at camp?"
Well, we have been dealing with delays caused by the weather, so there has been little new news to share, until today.
For the past few weeks we have been having scattered snow showers, and the mud and slush from the snow melt has kept us from bringing a crane down from Flagstaff to lift the waste water treatment plant out of the ground for repairs. Thanks to the beautiful sunny weather we finally had in the last week, by Wednesday of this week, the ground was dry enough for the crane to lift the 41,000 pound tank out of the hole. We are now in the process of digging out all the mud and dirt that was displaced with the flooding, so we can reset the tank in the ground. In addition, while the tank is out of the ground, we will have the chance to sandblast and repaint it with the needed coating, the next step in the continued renovation of the plant to bring it up to current code.
Please pray that the rain this weekend does not stop us from resetting the tank next week! Too much mud means we will have to delay the process.