At 6:00 Monday morning, we rolled out of our gate along with our co-workers to head for the city. Both vehicles were packed with tools, parts and equipment, as well as everything our families needed to continue homeschooling and functioning for the next couple of weeks. Our helicopter had arrived! We were told that it would be released from the Bureau of Customs on Monday, and delivered Tuesday so we could begin the assembly process. We are now winding up day two of the waiting process, and praying that maybe tomorrow is the day! The Lord has blessed us with a good customs broker, and favor so far with Customs, but because of rolling brownouts throughout the city, the Customs servers have been down, and they have been unable to verify our payment, or process our paperwork. Please pray with us that they will be able to process things quickly and release the helicopter soon. Pray too for our families. Because of a drought, and the fact that the majority of the power here is produced by a hydro electric plant, we are experiencing power outages 4-8 hours every day, and no water from 9am to 5pm most days in a hot and humid coastal city near the equator.