I arose at the most unreasonable hour of six o'clock this morning. Yes, I know many people rise at that time or earlier every day, but I'm on holidays and besides which it was freezing cold. How do I know, because when I went out to the car at about 6.30am there was a layer of ice on it. I actually had to pour water over the windscreen several times to get it clear. Brrrrr! That dealt with I was on my way.
On arrival I moved a few things out, and a few move down from higher positions then closed it up again. Here's the story in pictures.
|The box. Note how we've had to dig out the front right corner so we could open the doors.|
|Rear view after the box next door has been moved. See how the base is almost buried.|
|The very excellent crane that did the job.|
|Digging out the corners to get the points where the chains are fixed onto the shipping container.|
|Checking the chains with slight tension just before the lift.|
|Off the ground!|
|In the new location. Notice the bare ground where the containers had been resting. |
With the drought broken, they had sunk into the ground quite a way.
|Getting the big stumps in place to hold it off the ground. With air able to circulate more freely and any run off able to get away we're hoping that mould growth will be a thing of the past.|
Tomorrow is going to be another big day, with the cleaning, sorting and repacking needing to be finished by 2.45pm so I can get on with my AustSwim supervised experience. I guess there's no doubt that I won't be bored tomorrow!