Econo Lodge & Suites
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... of two 55 foot tractor trailers that were donated to us. We built a four foot deep landing across the back of both, built a wall at the end of each and installed a solid metal exterior door to keep tools and materials locked up safely. Also started building new design shelves to load up all of the equipment. Here's the motto and goal- "A place for everything and everything in ...
We got some sad news via FB two days ago. Good friend and long time volunteer Lee Struck went into the hospital, went into a coma and then passed away. Lee has been a friend since 2005. He worked with us in Biloxi, Texas and Louisiana. He also was part of the group that came to Tuscaloosa initilally after the April 2011 tornado. Lee, together with Nancy and Steve Marksolf ...
... the groups are manageable enough in numbers, I frequently invite them all over for dinner or deserts, bananagram tournaments, or this past week we watched part of the NFL draft on my TV (the only one in the camp. I enjoy providing the hospitality as my unofficial or self-appointed role as camp ambassador.
My sincere wish to all of the mothers reading this today that you have a great Mother's Day.
See ya'll next week. Love, ...
... a cupla times and is bringing a group from her church to work with us in the summer.
Had our sad farewell party for Kale of the Mennonites this past week. Kale is 6'7" and has a great servants heart and can do anything well. He will be sorely missed. The Mennonites bought a house here in T-Town after the April 2011 tornado and since that time have had rotating single guys (four at any one time) work with ...
... s exterior. Finished installing all of the Hardi siding and fascia and soffit and Stephen finished installing all of the colyums on the front. The Mennonites, God bless 'em, installed the metal roofing panels on the coldest day of the week. They couldn't be stopped.
We also are hosting a new group of our beloved RV Care-A-Vanners. Unfortunately, they are not staying at our camp due to my poor engineering guesses ...