Hampton Inn Tuscaloosa -East
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... out the size and amount and angles to cut up a stack of wood on the ground and then once the walls are raised, they pass up these stacks of wood, and, bingo, they all fit. So, we tried to prepare as well as we could before the group shows up to build kind of a landmark 50th home. The Friday night before the Monday start, all of the roof trusses are cut and stacked in piles on the ground. The footprint of this future home for ...
... first half through the windows. Then we pack up and begin the grand tour of the gigantic campus that I'll never be able to fully experience.
I even got to see the inside of the Gamma Phi Beta house which literally blew my mind. I'm not kidding when I say that if I went to this school full time I'd probably join a sorority (This statement shouldn't ...
... up trash along the highway near the camp and at the worksite.
There were a number of people in the group that had come to Biloxi and Port Sulphur. It is such a joyful part of my job - the reunion of friends from all around the country who come to serve and act as the hands and feet of God. Kermit, the two Gary's, the two Toms, and Sharon. Took me a while to connect faces with names again. Jared, our volunteer coordinator, ...
... couple, Larry and Cheryl Winger. They are farmers from Lafayette, Indiana. they own a bunch of acres and also harvest for about ten other farms nearby with the big ole John Deere harvester. Larry invited me up to his farm after a build in Indianapolis a few years back and let me drive that thing. But I digress. This past week is the seventh group that the KC's have spent with us in Tuscaloosa in nearly three years. The ...
... wide and the one bumpout addition that was done a while back. His sisters couldnt use their own bedroom due to all the stuff.
Joe Chastine of Habitat and Calvary Baptist found the need and we agreed to build a 12 x 16 storage building and also a 12 x 12 bathroom off the trailer. The Kairos Carpenters in their week here framed the storage building foundation and walls. The Mennonites, RV ...