He went into Zaporosia, bought the pump and the plywood needed for building trusses on Tuesday, which he had cut in half to fit in the car, and raced home to quickly unload it while Max Rudei took care of the pump replacement, and then I jumped in the car and we zoomed off to Dnepropetrovsk to Victor's home to unload the cement power trowel so he can return it today.
|The shop is being built behind the new group home|
|Students nailing together the third wall|
|Valera keep working at coffee time|
Garry and the students and a few of the guys who work on the farm had built two walls Monday, because he was worried about the weather forecast. Wednesday is the only day not calling for rain. They were unsuccessful in getting them up, but no problem today, with the Canadians here, by lunchtime there were three walls up.
|coffee and cookie time|
|Jack trying to get the water off the floor|
|Garry and Karina cutting boards|
|back to work, Sasha kneeling hammering|
|Neal is dry inside the house, working|
on building cupboards for the shop
|Karina and Valera carrying the soup pot|
|She wasn't sure about posing in her messy clothes|
|Stop working, time to eat!|
|Jack and Kolya, old friends catching up over soup|
|Still lots left!|