The kitchen for OTB has arrived! We heard rumors it was on it’s way this week-but you never know with Haiti. So, each time a vehicle pulled into the campus, Brandon jumped up and would run into the courtyard in hopes it was our stuff. Finally, on Thursday and Saturday our pots and all the kitchen equipment arrived. Brandon drove the bobcat to off load all the heavy items. Then, he put it on a truck and it was driven to Port de Paix. What a stressful drive, as we bobbed along, holding these huge pots, trying to prevent them from bouncing right over the edge. Since we didn’t have a bobcat at the Port de Paix campus, we had to use man power instead. Mind you, each pot weighs about 800 lbs! Fifteen men worked together to lift the pot from the truck, lower it to the ground and carry to the storage depot. I had to document this on video, which almost caused my heart to stop beating. I was trying to video without watching…especially when one of them tripped over a gigantic rock along the way! The pot almost went down-but the guys muscled it all the way to the end! After we took inventory-only a few things are missing and a few things damaged. Most of the entire kitchen arrived in one piece. After knowing what it takes to get things here, the process of clearing customs, getting stuff off loaded and reloaded several times, and seeing how rough those men are with packages…this was nothing short of a miracle. Thank the Lord, He is good!