Crisfield1- the 4th Work day

Today was mighty good.  

We finished the demo job around noon today.  There is now no house standing where there was a house where we started.  And if anyone knows why there were thousands of clam and oyster shells under the house, I would like to know why.  
Bob took a small team to work on a lady's fence.  They cut down a lot of brush around the fence so the next team can work on repairing it.  It is a much bigger job than anyone thought when the agencies agreed to do it.  
Gary also started the demo on the next house.  They tore out about 3/4 of the interior walls.  
This morning, Kevin and Joe left for New York.  They sent me a text around 5:30pm that they had made it home.  They sure added a great dynamic to our team.  We look forward to working alongside them again in the future.  They take a team down to New Orleans in the summer.  I'm thinking if anyone wants to go with a great team, let me know and I can hook you up with them.  You should search and "like"  Missions of Helping Hands on Facebook.  
Tomorrow, we have the day off to see what the town of Crisfield is all about.  We believe it is important to see and get to know the town and the people we are working for.  Tomorrow we get to see the town that isn't just on the way to our job sites.  A couple people are lobbying for going to Delaware to say we've been there.  It's about an hour away.  
I posted more pictures on our picture site
There isn't anything different in the blog, than what is in this email, but for future reference, if you want the link to our blog, it is,
Search Facebook for Riverbend Mission Team and "like" us.  (there are things we do on FB that we don't do in these emails.-  more pictures, etc.)  
I can't say enough about how cool it was to do this trip with the support and love of all of you.  I read your emails that you sent back to us to the team and it has given us a lot of joy to share this trip with you.  It is unlikely I will be able to post tomorrow night, but will get to it again before it's all done.  Thank you for your love and prayers.  
Rod and team

True faith is never found alone; it is accompanied by expectation.  –C.S. Lewis.

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