And the work continued….

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Day two of roof repair was not without its pitfalls.

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And Lord Dudley Mountcatten kept a close eye on the progress.

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Yes that’s a giant copper and silver cicada on my coffee table. You mean you don’t have one…? How strange.

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The weather that morning was awful.

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Rain, wind and colder than average temps. Work didn’t even start until 10:00am.

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At times it seemed like the black clouds were aiming right for them.

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But progress was made in between the showers and I was glad to see the gap in the problem corner was tightly covered with ice and water shield. A gerry rigged solution to be sure, but an improvement none the less. Had this been done the day before (as I requested, repeatedly) our ceiling wouldn’t look like this:

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But I’m just a woman. What do I know?

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23 thoughts on “And the work continued….”

  1. We had professionals in several times to “fix” a problem where roof valleys met over 17 years, and for all I know, the current owners still have a problem that requires regular attention.

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  2. Sorry about the weekend’s toll on your ceiling. We had roof problems a couple of houses back. We held our breath with each rain (and snow thaw).

    Here’s hoping that this fix is the solution!

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  3. Oh goodness. Home improvement projects NEVER stop and they hardly ever go smoothly. Your poor ceiling.
    Does your giant cicada go back into a closet for 17 years after this post?

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