Mary Driskill, using one of her many gifts: finding treasure where other people see only trash.
“It’s a keeper!”
The egg room wall seen from a new angle.
This reminds me of my boys when they were little, “Why do you get to drive the awesome machine? It’s my turn!” (Okay, so that’s not what was really happening, but it looks like it.)
John Driskill and Caleb Caudill – Directing Roger as he’s trying to pick up a pallet of blocks with the loader.
Doing things the Mennonite way. Each of those blocks would cost about $2. We could either get rid of them fast and bury them… or we can take the time and store them so we can save ourselves some money in the future.
Josh Caudill and Judah Voth – Taking apart the block wall.
Mark Driskill – Our beloved camp pastor who usually spends his time building people up; giving of his time to help us break something down.
So thankful for these young guys who came to help with this part of the project. It wasn’t really a “fun” job, but they stuck with it willingly.
I realize that some trees will have to go in order to get this chapel built, but I’m willing to fight for this one. That may or may not involve me standing between the tree and the bulldozer screaming, “You’ll have to take me out first!” Ha.