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- Layers are great year round—we work indoors and outdoors all year, rain or shine.
- Be sure to pack clothing you don't mind getting dirty, muddy, painted on, etc.
- If you forget something, you WILL be fine without it. . . . and we have extras.
- If you have any questions about what to bring, what not to bring, or anything about your trip, give us a call!
- T-shirts, socks, underwear
- 1-2 long sleeve shirts
- Sweatshirts—1 in summer, 2 in winter
- Comfortable shorts for summer months
- 1-2 pair sturdy work pants—shorts or sweatpants cannot be worn on construction sites
- 1 nice outfit for church
- 1-2 sets modest pajamas/sleep clothing
- 1 pair tennis shoes that can get dirty/wet (work boots if you have them)
- Extra shoes for down time/walking (optional)
- Coat, gloves, hat, scarf for winter months
- Raincoat/poncho (optional)
DO NOT BRING
- Bottled water, soda pop
- Laptop, iPod, mp3
- Hair dryer, curling iron, straightener
- Razor, shaving supplies
- Drugs, drug paraphernalia
- Guns, weapons (pocket knives are okay)
- Toothbrush and toothpaste
- Shampoo, soap, shower supplies
- Bath towel, hand towel, and washcloth
- Hair brush and hair ties, clips, bandanas (for long hair)
- Ear plugs (for light sleepers)
- Personal medication, feminine hygiene items, contact supplies, as needed
- Sleeping bag or twin sheets and blanket
- Cash—$25 should be plenty—we usually go to a local diner once and we sell Farm t-shirts at the end of the week
- Insurance card
- Journal and pen for reflections
- Water bottle labeled with your name
- Work gloves
- Sunglasses, hat
- Musical instruments (optional)