In Kiana Lee’s blog post yesterday, she described the unloading of the 850 concrete bricks at the church. UPDATE: See Tim’s comment below regarding why the team says that these were concrete *BLOCKS* not bricks 🙂 These are photos of the loading up of the bricks in order to deliver them to the church. Unbelievable!
See more photos of the team on this Facebook photo album
Oooops. Clarification received 🙂
We’ve updated this blog post’s title and added an “update” to its preamble. I’ve also updated the comments on the associated Facebook photo album. Thanks for “throwing” the clarification our way. 😉
The team is insisting on a clarification…
These were BLOCKS not BRICKS.
Bricks are small … you can carry in one hand and even throw overhand.
Blocks need two arms, two hands, and will crush toes if dropped. As strong as Fredde and Leandro are, they were only able to toss 10 or so before they had to take a break.
Great photos. Great insights. Great work everybody. I am fortunate to be getting additional info from Liam and Glynis, and I’m very proud of my ‘seasoned veterans’ of these humanitarian missions. Whether you’ve done this once before or 5 times, the daily experience is unforgettable and absolutely rewarding.
Thanks for the update and sharing these great photos. Certainly looks like there is some serious labour going on there. Hope everyone is keeping healthy. We are praying for you all…that you will have a great impact.