Ian and crew unloading the roof.
I’d also like to thank Rob who organised things in Australia (but took a fall and couldn’t make it). Also a big thanks to Ian, a talented man, who was brave enough to come and try his hand at roofing. And also thanks to Shaun from NewLine Creations who volunteered his time and expertise to guide us all on the job. Everyday I was thankful to God that there were no major accidents or falls through this stage of the work. In fact the biggest battle we had was with the heat and glare from the roof. We drank gallons of water spiked with a variety of salts, sugars and apple cider vinegar.
Shaun preparing the valley.
Roof taking shape
It is simply incredible the difference it makes to have a roof on this place. Somehow it makes the end look achievable and it means that we can all work in the shade and out of the rain. Next week, Anen and the crew will finish off the roof with the skills they learnt and then focus on getting the women’s sewing group into the training centre.
Drinking iced tea from a plastic bag!
Apoli really appreciated learning new skills
Roof nearly done.
Some of the crew - thanks guys!