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Africa 2010, Day 8

October 3, 2010

September 18, 2010 

Today is the last day we will be working on campus. We have a lot of fence to complete but we have some extra help. The painters are finished with their work and will lend a hand and some of the students and missionaries will help as well. 

The razor wire came in rolls with five layers of wire. Each roll had to be unrolled and then each layer separated. This was a task for several people and had to be done with caution and heavy leather gloves. Even then there were many puncture wounds on our hands and arms. 

Untangling the Razor Wire

 Once the wire was untangle it had to be carried to the fence and them attached with wire ties. The fence required four rows of razor wire to get it to reach above the top of the mesh fence. 

One of the Students Helping Put up the Razor Wire

With all of the extra help we were able to complete the section of fence along the back of the campus. It was decided that we had time to do more so we started to add razor wire to the fence along one side of the campus. 

Finished Fence going up the Hill

By four in the afternoon we were all tired and ready to stop. We had finished several hundred more feet of fence which should help insure the security of the campus in the future. Tomorrow is Sunday so we are looking forward to Church with the students and facility and then we are going out to dinner at a South African restaurant. 

Genesis 2:2
And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made.

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