I actually posted this blog last week, but Tony told me it wasn't there. Turns out I posted it on Annissa and Ruth's blog! Sorry girls. Here goes again....
Last Saturday, we had a great work day at Camp Daniel. A large group
from a Reform church in Cedar Grove, WI came for the day, and got a lot
of stuff done. The weather was great, and we had groups of people in
many different places on the grounds. Below you see Crystal and Tony
working on cultured stone on the Lumberjack Lodge. There were about 5
people from the Cedar Grove church on the other side of the building
that were doing the same. Between all of them, they finished applying
A group worked on the new stairs. First they repaired some damage that
incurred when the tree fell on it, then they installed all of the
handrails and part of the green rails.
The guys pictured below were installing cedar shakes on Molly's house.
Another great thing accomplished was the refinishing of the oars by the
lakefront. The oars, although not that old, all had peeling finish on
them, so these guys sanded the old finish off and applied two coats of
More shakes on Molly's
There was also a group raking leaves and taking them to the back of the
property. Another stained the 6 bunk beds that were put together and
sanded at the last work day. Dave Detloff was here last Saturday, as
well as many other days. He's been working in the Trapline Lodge.
Since we don't currently have any tongue and groove for him to install,
he's been putting up the cement board in the bathrooms.