Minot- the Last work day

Today's house had a dry basement.  Hallelujah!  We knocked our goal out of the park.  5 houses in 5 days.  We were actually done around lunch time today.  We just had to remove a lot of nails and drywall pieces, a couple ceilings, etc.  In the basement, we had to take out a furnace.  It was pretty big.  We had to disassemble it.  (By "we" I mean Bob and Howard.  I carried parts outside).  Howard found some holes on the inside that he said was kind of a good thing the flood happened because they would get worse and cause a carbon monoxide problem.  God works for the Good in All things…  

More observations after I get back.  
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The spiritual life cannot be made suburban.  It is always frontier, and we who live in it must accept and even rejoice that it remains untamed.
—  Howard Macey

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