Masters Inn Tuscaloosa
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... I added a ps and asked for their patience in receiving their individual marching orders.
I have a lot of generally unspoken pet peeves. One of them is college kids texting on their phones while they are volunteering. Sometimes, I will fascetiously offer them an empty Home Depot bucket in which to deposit said cell phones. This morning, though, at the start of the day, I was ...
... in the other. Since they are set up on Juanita Drive, they will act as storage facilities for at least another two years, as we have another thirty or so lots upon which to build homes on that street. We have been working little by little to make order out of chaos in these two trailers. Last week we just bout got it, with signs and getting rid of stuff that didn't belong in there. Now to ...
... Filled up the saferoom foundation for 110 with sand and got the rebar ready to pour the 4 cubic yards of concrete (12,000 lbs) into the foundation of the saferoom itself.
That's all for this week. Off Monday. This Saturday marks my third year anniversary of arriving in Tuscaloosa. We will be standing up walls on a new home over in the West end on that day. Special dispensation of Mennonites working on a Saturday with us on that ...
... two goodbyes, kind of. The first is for our NCCC AmeriCorps team. They have been a great partner and asset to us this past 5 weeks. They have great work ethic and arrive early with staff to help get things ready for the volunteers.. Generally quick studies and also good at teaching the others on their team what they have just learned. They live, work and travel together for the 11 month program and survive on a ...
... us three times in the past and newbies included Shirley, Karen, Tammy and Byron. Sorry for the others that I couldn't remember. They worked hard and well on the saferoom doors (always a tedious project with that 400 pound door) Also installed lots of trim and doors at the womens build, ran siding at Jennifiers home at 115 and started the soffit. Amy from Minnesota was also here last week working with them. Amy's got the world record ...