We stopped again before we got to the Sibalom intersection and had to turn north. I wanted to make sure all was well. I tightened everything and drove on. We almost got to Belisone and the load had shifted again. I stopped, took out the pad and a Pinoy man came over and helped me tie everything on again.
We got to the other side of Belisone and the whole thing flew off the top of the truck. I should have photographed that, but didn't think to do so. We gathered the pieces and put them inside the truck. We were really lucky that the frame didn't break, so I tied it on the back of the truck and we went on up to Tibiao. We were way off schedule, but we made it to the Tibiao apartment and met Elder Daniel and Elder Dorman.
|Tibiao apartment. It is actually nicer inside than it appears from the outside. They have it pretty clean. The apartment is not actually finished, hence the hole in the wall. They hold church here with about 12-15 members attending.|
|Elders Daniel (left) and Elder Dorman.|
|Coming together after much reconstruction.|
|Culasi with the together whiteboard behind them. They were happy and we were happy it was not a failed trip.|
|Gateway to the Culasi apartment/chapel. Sister Sessions adorns the ingress.|