Wingate By Wyndham Tuscaloosa
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... the finish line with his kids running with him.
So, like I said, they were wrong. I know because we dedicated the house for Tiffany Walker and her son today, April 27th 2015, on the fourth anniversary of the tornado that devastated a large swath of Tuscaloosa. We started on Tuesday at 5:30 am and finished on Friday about noon. Two shifts, from 5:30 to 3:00 and then 3:00 to 10:30 pm. Clock hours was only 73 but ...
... Winger. This past week was their seventh such visit with us, just here in Tuscaloosa. They brought about 25 people with them, many repeaters. Larry is a corn farmer but has been leading this group for over twenty years. He invited me to go on a mission trip with them to Zambia, Africa last January and again to Guatemala in January this week.
When Larry spoke with Brandon the week before arriving here, he had said that ...
... br> My son Alex has re-upped for another year with us through the AmeriCorps national program. It's great to have him here with me.
Beautiful fall building weather these days. Lovin it. Bought a bike and have ridden to work a cupla times and the number on the scale is moving down slowly. Lost 9 pounds lately. Hope to keep it up.
That's all for this week. Love you all. Peter
... west end and will be the home of Mr. Albert Witherspoon. He's been working down his sweat equity hours already on a number of homes on Juanita Drive.
Last week saw the second coming of Bradenton group from Florida. Father and son Bobbys plus three. Hard workers all. Backfilled with sand and set the rebar for the safe room foundation at 110, final finished all the touchup and punchlist at Jennifer Miles at 115 and worked ...
... were there, we ran into Brandon Kasteler who was up on the roof of the first house the newly re-booted affiliate of Habitat was building. I knew Brandon from my Biloxi days after Hurricane Katrina. He was working with Bill Stallworth, a local councilman from Biloxi, and they had set up a non-profit organization that was doing the case work for all the families affected by Katrina in Biloxi. Their organization ...