Upon the arrival of the trucks, we promptly fired up our not-so-trusty forklift and got to work unloading the panels, mounting hardware, and inverter from the first flatbed with relative ease. Once we unloaded the first truck, the second truck showed up with the posts and rails used for mounting the panels. It was at this point where Jim, pushing the limits of the forklift's operating capabilities, wandered off the straight and narrow and wound up stuck in a rut along the side of the road. Luckily, Paul came to the rescue and pulled him out with the backhoe.
After that fiasco, we unloaded the posts and rails from the second flatbed. This was a bit trickier because of the length of the load we were picking up with the forklift. We had to pay careful attention to how well the load was balanced before picking it up from the truck.
Once all the equipment was unloaded, we put the panels, inverter and mounting hardware into storage in the barn, and left the posts and rails out so they will be accessible when the installation begins tomorrow! Looking at these pictures, you can see that it is now rainy season here on Guam, so we are racing to get these panels set up before the weather gets much worse. Please pray that we can get the panels installed before the end of next week!