|It was snack time when I arrived, |
Garry had gone to the Magazine (store)
|The students were carrying 2x4s from one pile where|
it was stacked when it was unloaded yesterday...
|to the chop saw to cut them to size, so they will be ready|
on Tuesday for the BC team
|piles of slag in foreground|
|This pic is for my kids- Look! it's a giant chocolate-covered|
jelly bunny Dad bought at the village store for me!*
Yesterday Garry experimented with using metal profile to build interior walls inside the house, one of the the things that the team from Steinbach will be working on when they arrive Wednesday.
|supplies drywall and metal profile Garry and |
the boys unloaded Wednesday afternoon
(in Ukraine you unload the truck)
We are excited that the team from Steinbach has several good friends from our church in Manitoba and our son Micah and his wife Crystal. They are at the far left in the photo.
|The team from Steinbach|
Apparently the babushka next door to the new house is wanting, or reclaiming metal from the site. I am not sure what metal. According to the guys, she says her grandfather built the house... or shed or... I'll have to ask more detai
The Alberta team couldn't believe how many pieces of old lumber found new homes after the went into the wagon out front. Most of the the scrap wood went over to the "new barn" so the guards can burn it in the the little wood stove in the guard room and stay warm.
* He did buy a bag of chocolate covered animals that they were eating for snack when I arrived, but he gave me the rabbit. I will admit it was not quite the thick rich Old Mommouth Candy Factory milk chocolate, but it was pretty good.