The highlight of the week was the celebration of Edith’s birthday.
Men on left: Jim Crismon, Wallace Haws, Rob Dunford, Ray Johnson, Chuck Rucker
Women on right: Joy Crismon, Edith Haws, Jill Dunford, Jill Johson, Vickie Rucker
Edith opening her gift from Wallace: a Recorder
Edith helping a lady in Monte Plata get a garden
The following are pictures of the coop Wallace designed made from 4 sheets of plywood, 5 each 2x4s, 3 each 1x4, paint and varnish. It comes with a door on one side to reach in a get the eggs, a door on one side to open for increased ventilation, a door on the other side for cleaning, a little door on the front for the chicks to enter the coop and a feeder that hangs from the bottom. We prepare it as a kit, it is delivered to the family and takes about 1-1/2 hours to assemble ready to paint. Pretty clever don't you think! Each family must also prepare and plant a small garden spot. The soil amendment, fertilizer, seeds and fence come as a kit also.