Moving Day

We were finally able to move on February 15th. That was quite a busy day, as you can imagine—actually, it was quite a week! We had been waiting for the power to be hooked up so we could move, and on Tuesday that week it was done. The electricians finished rewiring the house on Thursday; we cleaned Friday and moved Saturday! Wednesday was spent finishing the kitchen and painting. Thursday Gayle and the boys moved our firewood while I did things at home.  We were very thankful for help cleaning on Friday, and for friends who helped us move on Saturday. We didn’t get very many pictures, because all hands were working so hard with the move, but I’ll share the few we did get!DSCF1868.jpg

 

The living room is filling up!DSCF1869.jpg

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The piano was one of the heaviest things we had to move.DSCF1875.jpg

 

Trying to get the piano in!DSCF1877.jpg

 

The cattle had to move that day, too. It is about 7 km from the old house to the new, so we walked them down the road. From left to right are our steers, Curry and Checkers, then Red Heifer and her mother, Mrs. Moo (Nervous Nellie), the cow we’re milking while ours is dry. She goes back to her owners when they move to their farm the first of May.DSCF1880.jpg

 

As we went past our former landlord’s house, one of his dogs joined us! We couldn’t convince him to go home, so he went with us the rest of the way, and then Gayle took him back when they went for another load.DSCF1883.jpg

 

Our new home! This is the back door, the west side.

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About NZ Filbruns

A home-school family living in New Zealand, with a desire to share what Christ has done for us.
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