The Uganda Team is still working hard on a trench coming from the corner of the main building past the unfinished bathrooms attached to the back of the building and to the septic tank. The Uganda BMW students are finishing up the last of the plaster in the septic tank. Rachel Lind spent the morning cleaning up around the base. Peter Demos and Kristal Kendal were on KP. Rachel Lind and Caleb Ling were cutting forms for the top of the septic tank. 12:30 comes around and everyone heads into the compound for a lunch of taco salad made with a cabbage mixture, taco meat, refried beans, guacamole, cheese sauce and Kool aide for a drink. Noah Warren, Peter Demos, Rachel Lind, Rachel Signore, Jono Crifield, David, Harmony Shropshire, Daniel Buell, Dan Zettelmyer went and Emily went back for seconds.This brings us to 1:00 and time for library reading for 30 minutes. Our library consists of missionary biographies. The stories journey from the plains, woodlands and mountains of Africa to the jungles of South America to the land of Asia and to the Muslim nations in the Middle East.Afternoon work starts at 1:30 with Holly, Ashley and Dan Zetttelmyer working on the playhouse. We are hoping to replace some of the rotted posts on it so the children will have a swing and a slide. Courtney Peterson, Jona and Sidney Martin were in the tool room or “store” as it is called around here. Everyone else is out working on the trench, getting forms together, steel tying or getting ready to mix concrete. By 4:30, the top of the septic tank is ready to pour. The best way to transport the concrete to the septic tank from the mixing pile is to form an assembly line and pass mortar pans full of concrete from one person to another. We moved right along and had the 13′ 6″ X 7′ 6” slab poured by 5:30. Clean-up took another 20 minutes and dinner was served at 6:10. Normally dinner is at 5:30, but since the concert took a bit longer, it was just pushed back. We had a bit of time to clean up before Bible marking at 7:00.They are now inside doing their Bible marking. We have various topics such as love, judgment, the Deity of Christ, etc. We go through our Bibles and write in chains, linking about 20 verses that are about these subject. We always pause and talk about each verse and how it applies to our lives. As I write this report leaders, Amy Duell and Lilly Halstrom are teaching Bible marking.Tomorrow we plan to work in the morning—level out the ground, form and pour the lid to the septic tank, lay the sewer pipe to the bathroom and do some landscaping. Then in the afternoon, we hope to head into town to have a couple hours of shopping. We plan to travel on Thursday, so the next report will be sent on Friday.Friday will be our last report form Uganda since we are flying out of Entebbe on Sunday afternoon.I did neglect to mention that we will be doing our sightseeing on Saturday in Jinga. The details on that are still being worked out. So we will we will let you know about that later.