Day 8 – May 18, 2011:

The day started like most of the other days with some very exhausted EWBers snoring away while roosters started their crowing at 4 in the morning.  Some of the members were not quite accustomed to this glorious sound and decided that sleeping in would no longer be an option so some started down the hill to start working on filing the left tower area.  This is one of the most exhilarating days we were here since we got to see what we were really made of.  Unfortunately for most of us we realized that we did not have the mixing power of the local Hondura Azul villagers.  Our fearless leader organized some teams into drilling holes into the 50 or so crossbeams, while a team worked on trimming down the wood for decking.

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