Around 9:20 p.m., Dad was called out from the session, so Mom finished Hearts. About five minutes later, the bus was pulled out. It was an amazing,Â phenomenalÂ effort.
The bus appears to have not sustained any damage. It truly is only the Lord’s protection!
More will be posted tomorrow, but for now, we’re out! We have lots of pictures of the process. Oh, and the conference went great :-).
Thank you for praying!
“O sing unto the Lord a new song; for he hath done marvellous things: his right hand, and his holy arm, hath gotten him the victory” (Psalms 98:1).
18 thoughts on “We’re Out!”
Praise the Lord!! That was an answer to prayer!
Glad you are out! Any news on what caused the ‘sink’ to happen!
The ground under the street was water logged. Therefore there was nothing to support the asphalt on top. It would have been far worse had a loaded cement truck driven down the street.
Do you ever feel that Satan is really trying to stop you guys? Wow! I am encouraged by your positive attitudes through all this. We’re praying for you.
Oh my! I’ve just caught up reading about all the “stuck bus” issues you have had. This will certainly be a trip to remember for many reasons I’m sure;)
PRAISE THE LORD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WOW!!!!!!! THANKS BE TO GOD!!!!!!!!!
That’s wonderful!!!!! Still praying for you all! Have a safe trip!!!!
God bless! Rebecca K.
So glad the bus is out and that it probably did not sustain any damage!! The pictures are really something!
Oh, my goodness..look at that hole! Do you know how it sunk in?
p.s. Thank the Lord that you’re safe!
So glad they were able to get the bus out! I’m so curious to know what kind of wrecker they used (Century, Vulcan, etc). My husband builds wreckers like the one in the picture. Just wondering if it might be one they built here in TN. 🙂
We don’t know exactly, but maybe the tow truck driver will post what it was!
Praise the Lord!
We are glad that the bus is out and praying for safety for the rest of the trip, you’ve certainly seen all sorts of weather and mud.
Praise the Lord! Praying for all of you and Uriah.
GREAT! That last picture just doesn’t look so good 🙂
Yesterday was certainly an adventure! Thank God no one was hurt. Uriah has proven once again to be a great reliable bus. What really spoke to me in the blog was the spirit working through Mr M. Despite the bad situation, he turned and encouraged his family with a smile. 🙂 WOW .
WOW!! That’s a scary looking hole!
after reading all of the comments everyone has left, I will have to say, “Amen” to many of the praises. I want you to know that I am glad you were able to be positive through it all and still hold the conference. Thank you for your shining positive examples to all of us blog readers. Your family is in my thoughts, heart, and prayers.
The wrecker is a century that ws bought 2 months ago in San Antonio, Texas. Crow Towing was the original owner, so we are not sure of where it was built. We are thankful to have this beast in our fleet.
Thank you, Kraig. My husband builds those Century ‘beasts’. 🙂 How neat to see one in action.
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