Candlewood Suites Tuscaloosa
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Don't go here if you're not an Alabama fan. You're bombarded with Alabama posters and signs. On a serious note, this is a great hotel. Rooms are nice.
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... have a new house in the old box. The sag in the roof and siding will be gone, and even though some of the floor on the inside of the house will still have some of the original charm (sagging floors), from the outside all will appear straight and new.
Even though it is a grant for the work, Denise has still caught the spirit of Habitat and has been out to help most days that we have been there. She even got up on the roof with us and ran the nail ...
I came to Tuscaloosa just over three years ago to help rebuild the town that had been hit with a tornado in April of 2011. Originally the plan was to move the Fuller Center from Louisiana to here. As it turned out, I ended up working with the newly re-booted Habitat affiliate here instead. For the first four months that I was here, I lived in the basement of my friend and boss at Habitat, Brandon Kastellor. The other day, ...
... Terry. Should be about 40 combined in the two groups.
Also we have three RV Care A Vanners starting with us for the next two weeks. The past two weeks we had Joy and Bob, Joe and Pam (Florida) and Mr. Pete.
On Monday, Trent from the Mennonites returns home to Minnesota, eh, after volunteering with us for the past 6 months. Two new young men will take his and Jeremy's place ...
... into Brandon up on a roof on the first house the freshly re-booted Habitat affiliate was doing in Tuscaloosa. I knew Brandon from Biloxi days. He was working with Bill Stallworth, a local councilman who had set up a non-profit to do all of the casework for people who needed help in Biloxi. Brandon was writing all of the construction scopes of work and doling out the houses to the 4 or 5 groups that were bringing volunteers ...
... a phone call from a local builder, Bill Lunsford. He asked me if I would be interested in some leftover fibreglas columns and caps and bases. They were perfect fit for the columns on the front of Ms. Dallas new home. I really hope that she (and Brandon) like them. I really did try to call Casandra for permission before setting them on Saturday (got voice mail). They'll be fine. Trust me, I'm a doctor.