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Day 1- Native American Festival at Moundville, Alabama
The state welcome centers are always a good stop, but this time Alabama had a surprise for us! Near Tuscaloosa, and close to the highway where we were traveling, was a Native American Festival at the Moundville Site. Due to the time change from eastern to central, we would be able to catch the last afternoon of the festival. The ...
... and (ahem) didn't appreciate it exactly. She (Ms. Poe) promises us that now that school is out for the summer (she works at a school) she will be on site more often. Let's see.
Son Alex was leading the Faith Build house and was continuing with the exterior siding and trim. I borrowed the diminished columns for that house for the Women's Build, but since Donovan got so good at making them, ...
... 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 ...
... and installed the metal roof.
The pre-painted soffit plywood got installed all the way around the perimeter as well as the porch ceiling. Corner boards were installed and the lines for the siding were snapped with chalklines, using the story pole to mark where the lines go. One of my many pet peeves is wrong chalk lines. So much so that for a while I wasn't letting volunteers snap them and ...
... than the don't ask.
On Friday, with the roof plywood done and most of the tar paper installed, some dark grey coluds blew in and I asked our Mennonite friends to jump over to the Women's Build and finish up the tar paper before the rain. They responded quickly and without complaint and finished it up in a timely manner, almost before the rain started.
Anna and her crew also ran all the fascia board around, pulled ...