Friday, January 9, 2015

Straight Lines

Knock on wood, as there haven't been any disasters in the development project, as yet.  Today we'll be slicking polymer on completed cardboard squares.  The ones above are not complete, as they're missing social, political, economic, and environmental facts about water in Bolivia.  Then, we have to string squares on fishing line, pound nails into a high-mounted two-by-four, hang the strings, and cross our fingers that the kids who were in charge of measuring out the placement of the stencils for the background painting did a good job.

Nothing could possibly go wrong.


mm said...

With you as their leader, all will go well.

LH said...

Wow, I can't wait to see the final project. Reading about this makes me want to build something today, with tools and supplies.