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Christmas breakfast at the Norman’s
Another shot of our breakfast
Clockwise starting with Chrisine (lower left)
Christine, Olivia (hostess), Elizabeth, Dixon (REAP
worker) Sam, Ahmle, ?, Oogie and Lawrence
Elizabeth on the Internet Café (Christine &
The guest house Christmas tree
A white Santa Claus in Liberia… Go figure
The fence at the Chapman’s house, perhaps the way
we will do the Cato property.
The other side of the Chapman’s fence.
The Chapman’s gates.
Walking up the beach road at ELWA
Junk cars that used to be inside the Equip Lot
Razor wire around the Equip lot
The woven matting used as walls and roofs when you
need quick construction
The container is covered to reduce the heat from
the Liberian sun.
The fuel drum for the generator – Similar to what
will be used for the units that we will place with the 12Stone team next
An inside view of the drum
I’m confused about the hinged top as it seems it
would let in trash and water.
Inside of the caretaker’s quarters at the Equip lot
An outside view of the ice making container
Elizabeth’s picture through a hole in the wall at
the Equip lot
View across the street from the Cato Property
2 ½ years of art school tuition at SCAD
More tuition money
A view from the road looking toward the back corner
of the Cato property
Looking straight back from the rock ledge
A view from the back of the property looking toward
the ocean. The driveway and
loading dock will go in this area.
A view from the very back of the property along the
planned driveway and loading dock area.
The door to a concrete building on the back of the
A solid block fence will go across the back of the
property and down the side to join up with the back house.
An existing wall goes down the other side of the
property that we hope to be able to attach into.
Part of the volcanic rock shelf that runs across
the back of the property.
The existing wall between us and the other neighbor. We hope that they will allow us to
increase its height to match the rest.
The common fence with the neighbor extends almost
to the road.
I’m guessing this is about color.
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