Deja Vu

It was with some trepidation that I started at the nail heads with the claw hammer. As the old sheets started to come off, I felt the commitment go up a level. Within a few hours the hole was a missing roof and Peter and I positioned the tarpaulin on the ridge just in case.

We managed to remove most of the tin by about 5pm. Deciding it was time to sheet up, a look to the sky revealed those familiar roofing skies! Down came the rain as we battled with the wind and slippery surfaces.

It all seemed so very familiar.

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One Response to Deja Vu

  1. Graham and Marjool says:

    Hi Ian and Monica

    Great to see the pictures, the roof looks great …. We are in the north east of Poland and the roofs are mainly tin or modern metal sheeting, even on the old traditional houses. The newer they are the brighter the colours. We will watch yours with interest!

    Have fun!

    G and Mxx