The struggle to finish the first house is almost over. Rods new design works just like it was designedon paper. The reaction has been fantastic ,now time to ramp up for production. Great job guys.
Thursday, April 25, 2013
The crew building working behind the house Rod and Eric are building makes a batch or meal for lunch every day it has no taste but fills the tummy. The other picture is Rod caught in a downpour with only a sheet of plywood for protection,didn't work real well.
They finally started working on the roads,looks like they might need to do a little more training before they turn them lose with the equipment. Once it quits raining it turns to dust. The guys come in covered with fine red dust. At times it looks like the town is on fire. Rod says at night they need to keep the wipers on to keep the dust of so that they can see.
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Rod and Eric and the crew are setting panels. Working just as planned,Eric came up with a hoist system that is working great . Panels for the entire house could be put up in a day if they didn't need to be open for electical inspection.
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
I had problems getting these pictures to the blog. Rod and Eric and the guys pouring the slab. I looks to me that not only do you have a homemade bullfloat that you allso have a home made rake which means that the only tool you bought was the darby and that was made for stucco and not concrete. Great job guys and gals
Sunday, April 14, 2013
Rod and Eric were ready to pour the first slab. When they went out to start the truck, there was no fuel. Someone that climbed over the fence ,cut the fuel line and stolen the fuel. Ttying to do anything in Africa at times seems to be like running a race with your feet incased in buckets of concrete.