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August 6-13, 2011
Can’t see skyscrapers here.
Check out all those wires!
There was NO electrical equipment.
In another town, but a NICE house compared to most… check out that pitched roof!
Sunday morning before we shared about Jesus
New Roof and Stove
Mom (widow) Ober (sponsored) Yesica (sponsored) Daisy (sponsored)
Gennifer (not sponsored)
Alen (too young for school)
New Stove in Use
Amount of wood Cost of cooking Danger of burning Smoke coming into the house
Goes to school
Shines shoes when not in school
Dad passed away
Map of what was DESTROYED
Yellow = mudslides Orange = Sink Hole
29 people died in just the sink hole area
House # 1
Lost house in the May mudslides
Pedro (dad) Ronnie (son)
House # 2
Mom just had a baby and was at the job site.
How to Build a Wood Burning Stove
Created with the help of some Michigan Gringas and a Chipene
Teacher - Cruz
STOVE Step 1 : Sift
Step 2 : Mix Sifted Dirt with Cement
Step # 3 : Add the Blocks
Blocks Machete Trowel Buckets Cement Measuring Tape
Step # 4 Fill with Dirt
Step # 5 : Cut Red bricks with a trowl
Step # 6 : Fill with Pumus Stones
Create the draft
Step # 7 : Make it Pretty
Emerson helping me.
Pedro and Ronnie’s Home
At the House # 1
Hand Drilling with out electricity
Laying the last blocks ….
Putting on the Roof