We have spent a couple of days at the yellow house and the one next to it but most of time has been in the brick house which was given to Habitat by the city of Macon.
Each day we gather at the site for devotions and our "Habitat is Not a Hand-Out but a Help Up" circle.
We divided up and have done things in every room and outside the house as well. And under the house and in the attic.
And the team put in some new sheet rock
And Andy, Gabe, Mary and Dot did a lot of work painting bedrooms and doors
The garage conversion needed a facelift with some insulation and concrete siding for a new look.
We had more insulation and concrete siding on the back of the house to do. We found the support under the window was provided by half of the back door they secured into place and covered up.
There was an access door under the crawl space that needed to be built so Mike and Carol (our team leaders) took on that project.
This was a major effort to jack up the floor, removed the damaged wood and figure out to get the new 2 x 12s back in there. It will be a couple more days before we finish up this guy and get the floor back down.
But it hasn't been all work work work
We have had our breaks and lunch times late afternoon hang out sessions
And we had dinners together
And went out to eat one night in downtown Macon at the Rookery
Thanks for joining us today on the Roadrunner Chronicles!