Good morning to Sweden Nd Blackmore Vale as well. Somehow Arlo is in my head this morning. It is bright and sunny, but so far not hot. First time ever in Lui that I spend the nights under a sheet. I know, too much information.
This trip I have stayed mostly silent as the rest of the group has taken to the blog. We are all doing well. A little stomach stuff here a few scrapes and bruises there. Martha from team one will be glad to know that Ewa and I have made a good team with the medical end of things. We have had a couple of smashed fingers from hammers.
At the chapel it really looks like with two days remaining we will finish the roof. One full side is complete. The semi circle end will get roofing today and the ridge vent will be built today. Fingers crossed. Then roofing down the other side. You should see the men work. They are every where at once. A couple have become very good at complex angles with the miter saw. Rick and Eric have gotten where they just send measurements.
Yesterday and today for at least a portion of the day it is all hands at the chapel. Evelyn, Debbie and I put rubber washers on the roofing nails to keep the guys supplied and moving. Today the three of us will be there after the men go to lunch to clean the job site.
Ewa is doing women's health, including reproductive health this morning to women in the community. There is a plan this afternoon to attend the Mothers Union worship.
It is a little odd that Evelyn and Debbie have slowed down this week, no classes, but Ewa has speeded up.
Tomorrow will should see the roof complete. We will still need to figure out doors, shutters and parging the walls,like stucco. Will have the usual last day meeting with various folks, including of course the Bishop to discuss the future. Hard to believe we aware about to wrap up another trip. Thanks to all the team members.
Pictures later today.