As part of our sweat equity (keeping the total cost of our houses down by
doing some work ourselves), the group constructed a recyclatron. This
recyclatron, named by member Jim, holds all our garbage and recyclable
materials. At left are Janice (on top), Jean, Ray, Molly, Jim, Ursula,
Ruth and Seymour. At right are Ray and Elana, getting down to the serious
work of construction.
Jim accepts a gift from all of us, thanking him for his hard work
in designing and overseeing construction of the recyclatron. The
gift, wrapped in the caution tape, was a table saw. At right, the
group works on setting the posts for the fence which will separate
members' homes from the parking lot. Pictured are Seymour, Vance,
Janice, Adele, Eugene, Ray and Jim.
After much deliberation (and no small amount of money), we decided to
pave the parking lot. At the "ribbon cutting" to celebrate the
completion of paving, are Molly, Ray, Eugene and Don (hidden), Ruth,
Louaine, Susan, Adele, Jean, Lotte, Seymour, Marianna, Ursula, Mary
Ellen, Bill, Audra, Greg and Donna. At right, Marianna and Ray do
the official ribbon cutting.