Hampton Inn - University
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... have been helping for many years and are the advance team, helping with logistics. Pat, Brendan, Gene and Sam are all of Irish descent as well and help lead the teams while here with us in Tuscaloosa. The adults had a mini reunion with Mr. Bishop, a veteran whose house the group helped rehab while they were here last year.
We were graced with not-so-bad Alabama summer weather for the week. Some drizzly rainy days ...
... my mom's threat of discipline was to chase us around the house shaking a wooden spoon at us. She also rarely connected.
My sisters and brother feel like orphans now that both parents have gone and we are te old fogeys at Thanksgiving family gatherings now. Oh well. Life goes on, within you and without you (Beatles lyric)
This past week in Tuscaloosa had a small group out of Ft. Wayne Indiana. Tim and Gary had ...
... assisting Nancy on the Women's Build house which is now a week old. Anna, the onesie from NY, worked on the Women's Build house. She works at VH1 music channel in NY and took a week off to help us. She jumped right in and was a quick study at everything she was shown how to do- after the second day, I asked her to run the crew finishing the plywood sheathing on the roof and she took it and ran wid it. I believe that she ...
It was a refreshing two week break, but, back to work we go! Had a beautiful group from Lawrenceville, Georgia working with us last week. It was their churches first mission trip for the young adults. Four guys (includes their leader Sam) and seven young ladies. We were working on completing the home at 21 Juanita Drive for Suzie Cousette and her son Jeremy. On ...
... for the day by good new friend Crystal Manoske, whom I met at the Millard Fuller Legacy Build in Peru last September and then again in Atlantic City a few weeks ago. She had been promising to bring a group to work with us in T-Town (she lives about 3 hours away) and Saturday she kept her word. Granted, it was a group of two, but, hey, it's a start.
We have also started another home this week on short 25th, ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn - University Tuscaloosa
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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