In spite of facing deep financial setbacks since losing her husband last fall, Victoria Briggs is picking up the pieces, moving forward with her life, and making important business preparations for her upcoming fishing and farming seasons. She’s faced with getting her solar transformer repaired, high tunnels rebuilt after damaging winds blew off doors and ripped coverings, large fuel tanks cleaned and moved into place at her fuel farm, important welding work that is needed to move her boat from drydock and back into the river, and a host of other things that worry her as she faces this spring’s challenges alone without Roland.
https://www.gofundme.com/2cdnh7fw She has some good news to report about wonderful volunteers helping her this week and wants to share it with us.
Angels Come to Help!!
I have been blessed a number of times by people who have come to help, even when I was out of town dealing with a family health issue. Sweet wives have lent their hubbies for a day or more, and some, like the most recent, have been able to come for a few days. Kids, actually hard-working young adults, have come to help when I first got home, and more blessings keep coming.
The most recent are two helpers from the Kenai area. They are helping me prepare for the fishing and farm crews that will start showing up next week.
We had a plan, actually several plans, to address getting supplies grouped and ready, picking up where others have left off, with getting my solar tracking panel operational after it was wind damaged, and a host of other things.
We are making progress, although getting sidetracked, at times, by fueling equipment issues. Overall, the season is about ready to start.
Wiring pulled out of solar tracker control box during high winds – needs repair