Yellowhammer Inn & Conference Center
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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You missed it, Joey Crimmins! Two groups of twenty or so back to volunteer with us on their 6th or 7th trip to Tuscaloosa.
Continuing on two homes on Juanita Drive, picking up where Mercedes left off last week, helping to build the future homes of Ms. Marphus (#24) and Ms. Craig (#110).
Chuck and Donna Hawley have been leading groups of volunteers since 2006. This trip with us this last week is their ...
... under the house. The cinderblock and concrete footings for that has been completed by our subs. Before we install the wooden floor system for the house, the daunting task is to move dirt with shovels and picks so that the dirt under the house is level, but with a slight pitch to the access door in the foundation, so that if it rains or there is a water leak in the house, it will run out. When ...
There was another group of thirty or so that came from Church of the Highlands. They mostly framed the house. We got all of the walls up, interior and exterior,a nd all of the ceiling joists and band boards. Set the massive pre-built parch beam, and the first few sticks of the stick-framed roof. At four oclock when it was only Brandon and I left on the job, Brandon was asking how could ...
... Wayne was a great help- humble yet highly skilled. He was asking earlier on in the week when the kitchen cabinets were going to arrive. I figured out that that meant he knows how to install them. So, we got that cabinets there for him on Wednesday and he did such a great job installing them that we let him install them twice. What happened is that the cabinet supplier switched the deliveries on the womens build and faith ...
... on both the house and also the storage building out back. Got it all caulked and painted and we are dangerously close to pullng the scaffolding down. Nancy McDaniel, our fearless site leader on the Women's Build hit a little speed bump this week. She was taking a little creative freedom with a racing stripe of forest green at the top band trim of the house and Ms. Poe, the future homeowner ...