We woke this am to the sound of light rain on our tents. The rain isn’t heavy enough to stop us from getting out to our worksites or from building the houses. Just enough to keep the dust down!

Most teams have all their walls up and will be putting the roof on this am with the goal of getting one layer of stucco on by this afternoon (assuming it doesn’t rain any harder).

Our Fly/Drive team comes in to the San Diego airport today and will be brought to camp this afternoon to join us for our last couple of nights. They will help gather and pack all the tools that teams have used over the week tomorrow and will help take down camp on Saturday. They will then help drive (hence the name) some of the vehicles home on Saturday to allow our adults that have been working hard all week a chance to rest. 


Rainy morning


Getting ready for a wet day


Building the campfire that will br lit after our ecening merting inside our circus tent


About mvpcmexicotrip

This annual trip to Mexico with Amor to build houses for the very poor offers high school students in Lamorinda a chance to see the broader world, connect with other students through meaningful conversation and make a real difference in the life of a family by providing a house.
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