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... of the fellows, Deek, is 80 years old and was working hard all week, up and down the scaffold, tearing off the roof, etc. He did know when to take a break if he needed too though.
I had the day off on the Monday that they started work. They set up scaffolding all the way around the perimeter of the house, three walkplanks wide with safety rails, both to work on and as fall protection. OSHA says if we do that, we don not need ropes ...
... happened to me. Had a different business in New York and one day too, a fire consumed the whole thing. The insurance paid off, and here I am.
The third fellow now shares that he too had a big business, but one day there was a flood and his business was wiped out. Again, the insurance company stepped up and paid him off. The first guy says to the second- "How do you start a flood?"
That being said, we found out last week ...
... of the days work on Friday, with everyone standing around in the driveways giving hugs and goodbyes. Oh, well. They'll be back.
Saturday, Mary and I almost got overwhelmed by about 30 University Campus Chapter volunteers., led by Michelle Manning. Did lots of painting, took down the scaffold at 24 and also dabbled with the metal roof with some of the guys.
That's all for this week...Love you all. Peter
... of foreign trips, it's shaping up for me, personally to do three this year. I've been invited on one in January to Guatamala. Another to Honduras and a third to Nepal with Ryan and the Fuller Center. That's my three weeks vacation spoken for. Oh, yea, and Bart said we are doing a Katrina anniversary build in Biloxi, in August. That's four. Never was very good at math.
That's all for this week. Love ya. ...
... and not see how the roof pieces fit together. This roof is a shed in the front with two gables on the side and one on the back. All pieces fit like a glove, naturally.
Last week, two new groups picked up where we left off. 1st United Methodist from Lawrenceville, Georgia was led by Sam. Sam, together with Jeff and two of the young ladies had been here before. The other group arrived on Tuesday of this ...