Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Tuscaloosa/Near University Of Alabama
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... today. The spots downtown looked trendy and worth taking the time to check out, so I'll be heading down there tomorrow before I leave for Mississippi. Following the brief tour of downtown, Tuscaloosa, we headed back to her place and I got to meet her roommate, Elaina. The whole situation was kind of funny. Jocelyn decided she wanted to try couch surfing and sent me a message. She emailed my response to Elaina, but I guess Elaina didn't see it until 2 days ...
... week.), installing the rest of the black felt paper in the rest of the house where we would be installing tongue and groove bamboo flooring.
I asked the group if anyone had ever installed ceramic tile before. No response. Oh well, it's easy, I will show you how. Who wants to learn? 6 hands go up. Come with me please. The secret to doing quality tile work, I tell them, is to put the first ...
... trips to Gautemala (in January with Larry Winger and a Global Village group), Honduras in late June, Nepal I'm not sure when yet, and oh yea, just cause I can't count so well, Bart Tucker's hosting a Biloxi reunion build in August of 2015 that I can't miss too. I am researching setting up a fundraising page to help support my habit. You've been forewarned.
That's all for this week. Luv ya'll. ...
... 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 ...
... her taking ownership of a zero percent mortgage home. At the end of the week we had a mini-builders blessing (not quite a dedication) for all of the volunteers. Jennifer gave a heartfelt speech for the crowd and we saw some tears of gratitude on her which then caused more tears in the audience. Moments like that make all of what we do make sense.
The other group, led by Pastor Bill, from Spruce Pines Presbyterian ...