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... completes the demo for us, brings in the fans and dehumidifiers for each room and proceeds to dry out the house.
It took three days to get the moisture content down to 0% (from 100% on Tuesday).
Brandon has decided that we will not move the dedication up any, so it is still set for Friday. Gonna be tight, but I believe, no, I know that we will make it. The plumber hires a floor guy to install the new flooring and he ...
... was blown away. Couldn't believe how much had gotten done.
Another nice detail or perk was the fact that breakfast and lunch was catered to the site both days by Chick Fila and Edgars.
Our electrical subcontractor drove by the site that Brandon had told him would be ready for him to start roughing in the electric on Monday. He saw just the slab on the Thursday before the ...
... of which Samaritan's Purse and Habitat of Northern Va were two.
Bart recently sent out an email to all announcing a 10 year anniversary build in Biloxi that would complete on Aug 29th, 2015. Looking forward to the reunion aspect of that one.
So, what a better way to celebrate my 3rd year building homes with volunteers in Tuscaloosa than to build a home with volunteers in Tuscaloosa. This one started on Saturday ...
... did not have a group of out-of-towners working with us. Great testimony to the giving spirit of the people of this nation. It also was kind of nice to have a break from herding the cats and have an opportunity to work just with our staff.
Our ever-shrinking staff (Stephen Scott headed out west and Nancy McDaniel started her job with Mercedes last week after working with me since Port Sulphur days) of ...
... ever seen on a college campus. The sorority houses look like plantation homes. Also, and I really hate to say this, but the stadium is ginormous! We were on top of a hill and when I saw it from a distance I was amazed. Then when we were up close – I was amazed again. I thought Kyle Field was big. Hopefully we will be just as big when our new stadium is complete. BUT, taking a picture was ...