|E-man on the stairs!|
|Our new school room!|
|Watched a Piper sermon this week.|
No transportation makes it hard to get to church.
|The kid's bathroom.|
|Kia said this is her favorite room in the house.|
|This is where we sleep.|
|View from the upstairs hallway looking into the kids rooms.|
|The cistern. It collects rainwater from the roof for household|
use and to drink but only after is passes through the purifier.
|Quaker. The White's two dogs. They're nice to us and also good guard dogs.|
|The front gate.|
|Our front yard looking towards the neighbors house.|
Ethan loves the trampoline; it is a great energy extractor.
|View of the front of the house.|
|Water heater...a rare and greatly appreciated item in Haiti.|
|Will has this down.|
Two tanks for the water heater and gas stove.
One runs out, just switch over to the spare.
A new tank is coming tomorrow to replace the empty one.
|Piping coming off the roof that collects rainwater.|
|The electrical system is getting to be less and less of a mystery.|
|The inverter and batteries. Worth their weight in gold (almost).|
These tools make a seamless transition to battery power
when the public power goes off (and it goes off every single day)
|Washer and dryer|
...also rare and greatly appreciated items in Haiti.
|Last but not least, the generator.|
I've only fired it up once and that was just to make sure
I could get it going. The electricity has been steady enough that we haven't had to use it.