Microtel Inn By Wyndham Cottondale/Tuscaloosa
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... festival included Native American music, dancing, crafts, and foods as well as a historic village and demonstrations of skills of the time. We were able to catch exhibitions of traditional Choctaw and Chickasaw dances, both lively and colorful. (My favorite was the "steal a partner" dance where the men give a whoop and run to take another man's dance partner at which point the two couples ...
... days of driving the church bus back to Wisconsin. Many hours. We really appreciate groups like this that make the effort such as they have to answer the call. Looking forward to meeting Sam's friends and seeing Mike again soon as he will return with Lori and Ziegels group from Pennsylvania in the fall.
Steady pressure and don't panic.
This coming week looking forward to leaving ...
... Definitely a work in progress.
We have been renting two shipping containers from Rumsey and paying a monthly rental so this new space will actually end up saving us $. Speaking of which, all of the wood used on the landings, ramp, stairs and handrails was all culled from "the graveyard"- wood and plywood that was one move away from heading for the dumpster.
We welcomed our new ...
... e week to prepare for a blitz build we did in Plaquimines Parrish a few years back. He will be missed.
Son Alex is off this week at an Americorp gathering in Raleigh, NC. They will be building houses with the affiliate there. It is a Buildathon and about 140 Americorp folks were flown there from around their regions to participate.
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Last Saturday we started house number 42 of homes built by volunteers in Tuscaloosa since the April 11, 2011 tornado. Having just passed the three year anniversary of this event, I am amazed daily the we still have groups of out of towners travelling from far and wide to help us. Local response is growing too, though, and the number 42 house (like in Nascar, the number 20 car) is being built by members of 15 ...