The project here in Branson is moving along. The curved front platform is now complete. Took a lot of time an work, especially the two steps along the front but I think it turned out pretty nice.
We’ve also insulated some of the interior walls.
The steps to the back door were poured.
Now the ceiling and exterior walls are being insulated with spray foam.
This job is going to take four days and then we will be ready to trim the excess foam on the walls and start the drywall.
We couldn’t be in the building while they spraying so yesterday we took a daytrip to Eureka Springs, AR. Enjoyed seeing some of the old houses and other sites. Visited the of Christ of the Ozarks statue.
Also one Saturday we went to the Top of the Rock and toured the grounds and spent a couple of hours in the Ancient Ozark Natural History Museum. One of the best displays I’ve seen. Its displays cover everything from Ancient History right up through the Civil War. Could spend all day there and not cover it all.
One day I got a call from the Pastor of Celebrate Church in Rogers, AR, a church that we helped build in 2013. He was in Springfield, Mo and had seen on Facebook that we were working in Branson and wanted to drop by. He came by the church were we were working and got the grand tour. It was a joy to see him and his wife. We really enjoyed the project there.
Not a whole lot of things to do in Branson during January and February as a lot of things close down. That not only includes the shows but some stores and many restaurants.
Well that about covers it for now. Still a lot of work to do but the building is progressing great. There is one major problem and that is with the water department. It’s been one thing after another for the past several months and there is still no agreement on getting water to the church. Please pray that this gets ironed out in the near future.
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Until next time God Bless