We sat down as an administrative group in our district to brainstorm, ok, what can we do? What are we going to do? And I think everyone there was, it was a 100% yes we need to try to keep our kids together. The Longfellow kids need to stay together, Ramstad kids, Lincoln kids. They spent the whole summer without their friends because everyone was evacuated. And now they're back together, and it seems to be going well. Grand Forks, that has had a similar situation back in '96, used a number of church facilities, to help them through their process, their rebuilding process and so we decided to take a look at that when they went out and started looking at facilities that would possibly be able to hold our population. This was one that, square footage-wise, looked like it could house us. They've been so accommodating and it's been great. So, they've done, they've welcomed us. They have a smile everyday when we walk in the building. Whether it's their custodian or their church secretary or the pastor, or the quilting club. You know, we're using their facility, and they still need to use their facility. Our classrooms are still their Sunday school rooms. Our gymnasium and lunchroom, still is going to be a fellowship area for funerals and weddings and, so I mean, it's not like a, here ya go have fun with this. You know we still have to communicate, we still have to accommodate their needs and they have to accommodate ours and it's worked well so far. It's that wondering of what's going to happen right now that's probably the most difficult thing for all of us to wrap our hands around a little bit. So ... We spent 2 days of evacuations with I mean in, bumper to bumper. I've never seen so many horse trailers, enclosed trailers, flatbeds, bumper to bumper but it was amazing. I mean it and, not once did I see a car accident. Not once did I see anyone get upset, with anyone else. I mean it was absolute chaos but it was an organized chaos and everyone would lend a hand with whomever. If you saw somebody struggling with something to get it on the trailer, you stopped and you went over and helped them put it on. We needed to make a decision, we just bought the house, so we have a 29 year mortgage. Are we walking away, are we, what are we going to do? And I couldn't wait because I had 3 kids and a wife that, and a dog that we needed to find a place for. So either we were going to rebuild, or we were going to start looking and find something else. We made the decision to rebuild and didn't look back. Haven't looked back. Couldn't. Didn't have time. Moved in and out there 3 times and moved to an apartment. We were at a friend's for a month and then we received our FEMA trailers, and we're in our FEMA trailers for about a month and a half. Those were located on our property. So, which was nice. I was able to work longer and later and still have the comfort of my family being there. I had a friend that helped me out a little bit this summer and gave me some sod that he had left over. And we have a section in our front yard that's sodded so it looks very nice. So every kid has played on there for the last month and a half whether it's soccer, football, but it's been great. I mean the kids they feel like they're back home cause they can do that.