Well, Forerunner and Dennis have been returned to where they belong and I'm back home after 36 hours on the road. Looks like a couple of my chickens didn't survive the trip. Poor gals. There's no good way to transport chickens 1200 miles.
Tomorrow I'm going to take it relatively easy and spend the day finishing the new chicken coop and cleaning up the cabin site. I also need to put a latch on our back door. We can also begin transitioning into the cabin tomorrow. There's still many things we will have to rely on the RV for (electricity, plumbing, heating, cooking) but as I get those things inside the cabin then we become just one more step forward.
Almost all of the big things are accomplished at this point. I'm staring around in amazement. God has really been good to us and provided everything we needed, from the skilled labor where we lacked, to the monetary resources, to the time we needed to complete the project. What a blessing!
On Monday I'm going to resume the regular Bunker Index, but I'll still be talking about the cabin, Texas, homesteading, and off-grid living! Stay tuned!