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Today, I woke up at 4:30 AM to take a Southwest flight from SFO to Atlanta. We took a shuttle to the airport from our hotel. It was dark, cold, and rainy outside. At SFO we had to wait on the Tarmac for papers to be approved by the air traffic controllers. We took off late but managed to stay only a few minutes behind schedule.
At the …
we rode just 47 miles today since we had two major events to attend. we went through the University of Alabama and LIfeSouth had a picnic lunch for us on campus. then we rode to a huge mall to promote the blood drive at the mall. I met "Big Al" the mascot for the University of Alabama. he is a very popular figure here in Tuscaloosa- so we were able …
... is, getting hooked on volunteering. Doesn't seem to be anyknown cure for the condition. I was overjoyed when I heard that we would be hosting some Korean speaking guests. I had the opportunity years ago, in 1980-81 to work and live in Seoul, South Korea. Met my wife at the time and brought her back to the US. I managed to pick up some Korean language, reading, writing and speaking- not much but some, ...
... more finesse than building a new home. You gotta know when to stop demo-ing and what's good enough.
Tommorrow begins my doing rehabs here in Tuscaloosa. In the year and a half that I've been here, I have participated in the construction of 32 brand new homes, all but two of which were for families that were affected by the April 2011 tornado that hit here.
New work is clean and nice. All new materials. ...
... pretty well for the week when he came along and Kevin, who owns his own construction company, was a one man housebuilding machine. I suppose the reason that he didnt come with the group this time is that we didn't have roof trusses for him to set on walls 15ft. above the ground like in Pt. Sulphur. Oh, well, I hope that if they both read this I have shamed them enough to come back next ...
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We stayed here for one night while visiting Tuscaloosa and it is very quiet. The breakfast is good and there are cookies and milk in the evening.
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