Candlewood Suites Tuscaloosa
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There was another group of thirty or so that came from Church of the Highlands. They mostly framed the house. We got all of the walls up, interior and exterior,a nd all of the ceiling joists and band boards. Set the massive pre-built parch beam, and the first few sticks of the stick-framed roof. At four oclock when it was only Brandon and I left on the job, Brandon was asking how could ...
... stay until the next group of volunteers shows up so that we are not tearing out something we just put. In this case, Wayne was more than gracious and without complaint (verbally,at least) set out and removed and replaced the cabinets. Big kudos to Wayne, aka Santa.
Nancy and Ron Scroggins who live just north of Atlanta also worked very hard this past week. The weather was in the 90's all week. Ron, who is 71 and on his ...
... Monday) and get it blacked in.
Karen Warkening (aka Toolie) is friends and rides bikes with my younger sister Mary. Small world there. Toolie was riding recently and was hit by a car. Trashed her bicycle Ruby but fortunately got by with not too much damage to herself. We worked together in Peru a few years back also. She sponsored a home there as well.
That's all for this week. Love ya'll - ...
... plates of the interior and exterior walls and how to label them and stack them up to getr ready for the start.
At the end of the day yesterday, we had all of the walls up and top plated, lined and braced, porch beam installed ( almost dropped it going up when the temp braces started to pull away- that would have made a bad impression on the volunteers. Set scaffold three planks wide on 2 1/2 sides of ...
... at our camp in Cottondale called Y's Acres (it is owned by the local YMCA) and Habitat restored and runs the camp. It can house up to 40 volunteers at a time. One of the special perks that we are recipients of when they are here is that Cheryl makes the rounds to all of the sites- we had four houses under construction this past week- with here car turned into the chuck wagon- filled with thermoses of coffee and hot ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCandlewood Suites Tuscaloosa
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.