Thursday, March 30, 2006

Current Photos of FLDS in Eldorado 03-30-2006

I got my camera back! I took some extra photos to make up for last time. Our neighbors are working hard. There are new silos by chicken coop, shots of sewage (or in all respect to the flds - rainwater as we received about 2 inches) and new orchards. I took some closer shots of women and children, vehicles and new construction. There are more pickups than usual, reminds me of early temple construction days.

Photos are yours to enjoy..

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Someone in Short Creek tell Gary Engels to look at the green elevators, laying on the ground to be installed infront of the white silos.

onthestreet said...

Thank you, Pilot, for sending us all such light through your lenses: That community has truly become "A light on a hill", for the light that you send out through your lenses shouts from the mountain tops.

onthestreet said...

By the way, take a closer look at the North-Looking-South photo, the one with the big sky. Do you see it? Amazing! How could one actually see the curviture of the earth in such a tiny garden, and what does that tell you? I know what it tells me, and that's good enough.

onthestreet said...

"All of this is not for a small community; they're gearing up for something," Doyle said Wednesday, marveling at the speed and the efficiency of the construction.
"It's going to be a great little town."

Desert Morning News/March 16, 2006
By Ben Winslow

Faithful Woman said...

You have become anoying again Street.

Faithful Woman said...

White shoes in the garden. Last year they got very muddy.
I wonder who gets to pick out the shoes for everybody since they are living "united order" and have all things in common.

Anonymous said...

Hey, Street YFZ property is full of junk and excrement. I guess it doesn't matter because it is HOLY!


Hey, pilot how many temple windows got knocked out by the hail storm?
I guess the Prophet didn't get the email the storm was coming.

ThePilot said...

I don't know how many were broken. They told my dad that quiet a few windows were damaged. I don't know if they were in the temple or homes or both.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the photos! I appreciate your time and effort.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if there has been any talk of incorporating a new town with their own leaders being the government like in CC & Hildale. I know I'm naive, lol, but just somehting I've been kind of wondering. There's another new town being built in Florida that's totally Catholic-run. I think it's Ave Maria or something.

onthestreet said...

Maybe some of the homes needed some ventilation, or just a reminder.

Anonymous said...

Person who posted comment about incroporation of new town, in Texas a community that wants to form a city government must petition the county commissioners court to call incorporation election, county commisioners court can refuse to call election if they fill it's in best interest of county to do so.

Also YFZ if incorporated might be required by Texas law to include surrounding land outside YFZ property, who's resident would also be able to vote in incorporation election.

Doubt Schleicher county commissioners court would even allow incorporation election.

Presently YFZ is private property, creating city would take away some of private property rights, public streets maintained by city would be open to general public to travel upon, presently YFZ is all private property that owners can restrict access too.

hydrolab said...

Thanks pilot, awesome photos as usual. The water you are referring to is in a creek bed and appears to be stormwater. However, the picture of the old dairy and the wastewater straight pipe coming directly out of the structure (with liquid running out of it) is very interesting (and illegal). I hope they dont run the new dairy in the same manner.

ThePilot said...

Thanks hydrolab, I relabeled the photo it now says "rain water in pond".

ex creeker said...

Awesome photos again pilot!
I just looked at them. When the New Orchard pic popped up I thought "You Texans are screwed, their there to stay!". I do thank you for the pics, they are very cool.

rumor-has-it said...

They are there to stay. They tell their families that they never plan on coming back to CC.

onthestreet said...

They're NOT there to stay, but to ascend, never static but dynamic and ever ascending. The staying power is on the return.

onthestreet said...

And granted, to stay that eternal course from one mountain to the next, from glory to glory, going down the road with Uncle Roy.

rumor-has-it said...

And Elvis is Alive too! Just like Uncle Rulon is still leading the people.

And they shall ascend unto Heaven, but it just won't be the way "they" think and WHO "they" think.