Microtel Inn By Wyndham Cottondale/Tuscaloosa
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... Nanih-Waiya mound is no longer open to the public, so this gave us a chance to see one of the best examples of mounds from the Mississippian era (about 1000-1450 AD). This large and thriving town was abandoned by 1500, and the relationship between these peoples and the later Native American tribes is uncertain. The archeological park covers 185 acres and has 29 mounds, and a museum.
... 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 ...
... do it myself. Not so this week. I trusted but verified. And they done good.
We also worked on the installation of the saferoom with the 973 big screws.
The plumbing and HVAC subs have also been in the house and done their rough-ins. Still waiting on the electrician who will be there two days ago.
Did a little fancy fru-fru on the front gable in the form of a sunburst. Sorry, ...
... toe boards off and cleaned em up, installed the missing first row of felt paper, and installed the metal drip edge at the perimeter of the mostly hip roof, so the the metal can start first thing Monday. Some ladies also predrilled all the holes for the screws in the long pieces of metal.
I like having smaller groups staying at the camp with me. I live in a small cottage on the property that I restored called the "Lion's ...
... to his sister's wedding. Three new starts and another to complete as well as Joe Chastine's leading the major rehab. As Brandon likes to say- It's all you can eat in the way of no lack of work to do. Anyway, like I like to say, Steady pressure and don't panic and you can get anything accomplished.
In other news, my son Alex, who is working with us here through Americorp national, has moved from my couch at ...