All Saints Episcopal School

This week we have a group from All Saints Episcopal School of Tyler, Texas staying in our bunkhouse and volunteering at our South Salcedo work site. We’re trying to get the house there finished by August 15th so we can sell it shortly thereafter. Following a brief morning orientation, rotating crews of 15 worked for three consecutive days. The visual evidence is below!

Ryan gives the safety speech.
Ryan gives the safety speech.

 

Is this why they call it a box truck?
Is this why they call it a box truck?

 

A rainbow at the end of the pot o' gold?
A rainbow at the end of the pot o’ gold?

 

Fill 'er up!
Fill ‘er up!

 

Assembly line.
Assembly line.

 

Bend into it.
Bend into it.

 

Coming and going.
Coming and going.

 

Organizing the trailer.
Organizing the trailer.

 

Passing the buck(et).
Passing the buck(et).

 

Slide it!
Slide it!

 

Is this where the door goes?
Is this where the door goes?

Do you read Spanish?
Do you read Spanish?

 

Workin' the corner.
Workin’ the corner.

 

Comin' through!
Comin’ through!

What's behind door number two?
What’s behind door number two?

 

Ryan shows how it's done.
Ryan shows how it’s done.

 

Let's caulk.
Let’s caulk.

Let there be light!
Let there be light!

 

Professor Roberts takes class outside.
Professor Roberts takes class outside.

 

Weedin'.
Weedin’.

Cool chapeau!
Cool chapeau!

 

Workin' together.
Workin’ together.

 

Paintin' siding.
Paintin’ siding.

Reverse angle.
Reverse angle.

 

Other side of the house.
Other side of the house.

 

Reach for it.
Reach for it.

Can you spot the falling debris?
Can you spot the falling debris?

 

How many points to get it in the wheelbarrow?
How many points to get it in the wheelbarrow?

 

All Saints in da house!
All Saints in da house!

No glass ceiling.
No glass ceiling.

 

Check out this foliage!
Check out this foliage!

 

Taking a whack at it.
Taking a whack at it.

High ceilings = tired arms?
High ceilings = tired arms?