Friday, May 20, 2011

A Roof

Finally I have a dry space in which to work. My dad helped me by holding these panels in place while I scrambled up the ladder to secure the tops all around. Then I began to put all the rest of the fasteners but before I could get around to the front a delightful 15 minute thunderstorm whooped up and tore the front panel off the side I had yet to fully fasten. It made a sound like a crack of thunder which is what I thought it was at first. at any rate, if you see some dirt on that front panel, that's why. It ought to wash off with the next rain, which, with the way things have been going of late in Maryland, shouldn't be too long.

A view from the new roof of the incoming storm.

1 comment:

Emer said...

though i'm glad you'll be dry now, i'm sad to no longer see the oven. i liked watching the building grow around it--like you started with the heart.