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... which was similar to my parents mix. That's got to have something to do with why I liked these guys so much and had such a great week. The girls took to calling me Uncle Peter (or Peta).
They stayed at our Y's Acres camp and we had them over for a cupla meals and Banangram tournaments. The Lion'sDen fulfilling it's purpose of creation, being a place to make volunteers who are ...
... to help Nancy McDaniel run the Women's Build. The home is now going in to it's third week of construction. In addition to the out of towners, there has been a pretty good turnout of local women, some of whom have returned numerous days. Kathy and Susan both have been great help showing the other women how to build a house.
I've tried to back off a little, not be so bossy and directly ...
... s old house at 114 Juanita. They finished the retaining wall out back, built the access door to the crawl space, and made some fine diminished colyums for the front of the Faith Build house. Being so skilled and with us being short on staff (Joey Crimmins had the week off and Stephen Scott left to go to Colorado), the guys did a great job with minimal supervision, which is nice and makes my job easy.
For the most of the week, ...
... for a another home, the number 43 house, which is the Women Build house. We were being helped by the group from Michigan and Florida (same group)
and we got the safe room done prior to start of the framing, which is easier and less tedious than trying to work around the walls. Got a nice picture of one technique for getting the 4 1/2" long self tapping B.A.S.'s (big screws) to go through the two layers ...
... he had been escorted out of his office after 24 hour notice by security, he wondered what was next. Me, I couldn't ever understand how the founder of an institution could be kicked out, but oh, well. Some of his friends counseled him that he should relax and retire. After all, they said, he had built simple, decent homes for over a million people around the world with his "theology of the hammer". But, Millard ...