Fairfield Inn By Marriott Tuscaloosa
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... unoccupied Habitat home until November, when the new owners will move in.
This past week we didn't have out of town volunteers working with us again. Brandon set up the schedule this week for us to do this and that instead of working on the two homes that are under construction. We own two 55 foot trailers (like the kind you see going down the highways) that we use to store tools in one ...
... down which is not often and for not that long so they do well and quick. We had a massive major cleanup at both houses, both storage building and both tool container connexae. Cleaning and orgainizing is always something that I want to do but building something is much easier to go to.
The other group is here from Bradenton, Florida and is here for a week. They were here last year. Father and son plus 3 strong young ...
... and a generous food allowance of $4.60 per person for 3 meals a day!
The other kind-of-goodbye is for Ms. Nancy McDaniel who has been with Habitat Tuscaloosa as an unpaid volunteer and then 2 terms as almost-unpaid AmeriCorps National working with us. Nancy also worked with me in Port Sulphur, La before this and was a great help in both missions. She just finished leading the Women's Build home here ...
... the 21 year old son) was so inspired this time that he told me that he is going to bring back a group of his friends for a return visit. I believe it.
The group of twelve were divied up amoung three or four projects that we have going on on Juanita Drive currently. One of the less glamorous but very important tasks was the setting up of our new two storage trailers on site. These two ...
... 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 ...