Hilton Garden Inn Tuscaloosa
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... know how to fix it, and fix it he did. Lucky for us, 84 lumber company was open Saturday and they had 28 foot long 2 x 8's in stock (not a real common item at your local Home Depot). Most of the pieces that he cut were still usuable, and he just had to cut two more longer pieces of each set for the roof to come out correctly, which it did. See picture.
Great build all week. Coupla donated lunches for the occasion, Chick ...
This week we said farewell to the Taves family. Frank and wife Caralee, son Kirby (3) and little sister Mandy were the house parents at a home bought by the Mennonite church here in Tuscaloosa just after the April 2011 tornado. Frank is the second such family that we have met. The house parents sign up for a year of service. They in turn host young men from their church who come from all around ...
... had wanted to work with me, but the schedule had them with our other site leader, Joey Crimmins. They are an exemplary group in that they are all flexible in what is asked of them. We loaded up on Jennifer Miles new home at 115 Juanita. and a smaller part of the group worked on completing the exterior at 46 Juanita.
Gary Modlin, a veteran of the Vietnam war, had a common base with Jennifer in that she too is a ...
... bringing young folks from both sides of the conflct to the USA to live and work together for eight weeks. The first week of the trip the whole group works with a Habitat affiliate learning how to build a house while at the same time learning to get along and see that we are all not that different. The next eight weeks, the group divides up throughout the US and they are placed in internships in their fields of study. ...
... br> My dad was a linguist and worked for NSA (aka No Such Agency). Worked there for aver thirty years until he retired. He was inducted into the cryptologist hall of fame posthumously a few years after he passed away. He translated Russian and, I believe, contributed to the ending of the cold war. He was never able to talk about his work, but did mention some of the personalities that he worked with. He was also head of ...