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Friday, March 02, 2007

Today might just have been one of the coldest we've braved yet! Despite frigid winds, we pressed onward with our pressed block walls! They get taller and taller every day!

The gatherer at sunset.
Full moon over Bluff.

Rock on, adobe walls!
The work day begins.
C.B. and Matt-o-san layin' it down.
This is what Talvy looks like when he's really working hard.
Wall niche . . . pronounced "neechay".
"Seriously Ryan, your bricks aren't straight at all." Lindsay sets him straight.

dbBdb: Team 3 hits us with another winner dinner! Hunter and Monica prepared a spicy fiesta feast of hot soup and spicy bean, cheese, chicken, guacamole, and salsa tostadas. Delicious!


  • At 10:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Verrry Interesting! A beautiful house for a well deserving couple - Baxter's parents Randolph and Sadie helped the first pioneers to that area settle in and then helped establish St. Christopher's with Father Liebler. Ask Baxter for a copy of the CD copied from a tape made in 1946 featuring the history of the mission and Baxter's family! He also has pictures of his dad helping the group that "discovered" Rainbow Bridge back in 1905!

    Also,I think some of those petroglyphs are attributed to Baxter's ancestors!

    We will be tuning in regularly to watch the amazing progress of the house, and hope to visit while it is still under construction!

    Ernest and Betty (Benally) Martinez

  • At 3:04 PM, Anonymous Wolfgang Puck said…

    No one cares about your crappy food!


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