Not a Shingle Problem

We have three sheds, two have similar shingles and are in need of new roofs, and a third that we are lucky is still standing.

 

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before we started

For our weekend project after seeing the Eagles, we decided to roof two of our sheds. There’s nothing better than the feeling of a tool belt wrapped around your waist, going up a ladder, hammer in hand and nailing up shingles with the one you love.

Mitch starting to get out the shingles
Mitch starting to get out the shingles, the dogs keeping us company
The first row already done
The first row already done
Mitch on a roll
Mitch starting a new row while I get a drink of water
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An eighth of the way done and sun screen is needed
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first one complete and we are pooped, but we keep on keeping on, and start on the second shed
Me enjoying my roof top time after we got done working the first day.
Me being brave and strong (because I was sitting on the roof hammering most of the time just praying not to fall off) after finishing the first roof.

 

The second shed behind Harvey the RV
The second shed behind Harvey the RV
Mitch stretching out sore muscles on day two of roofing
Mitch getting wild celebrating our first completed shed as we prepare for the next one
Rooftop yoga, going to start a new trend
Rooftop yoga, I’m going to start a new trend

 

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The finished product

 

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What a difference it made, brought the whole place together
One of the roof tops when we finished
One of the roof tops when we finished
us showing off our completed project after two days of work
us showing off our completed project after two days of work

We got 3/4 of the roofs done on Saturday, so even though we were very sore, had a couple blisters and were pretty tired we finished up on Sunday around 1 p.m. Mission accomplished.

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It’s about time guys! That didn’t look too hard

Check, check sweetie!

 

 

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