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Update on the roof work, Part II

So many things to do, so little time...

Just a quick update, to make it your worthwhile being here today. Oh, shush, you know I am joking.

Our roofer, David Maret, finished laying the new roof on Saturday. It looks magnificent and it is "tight". I am told that is the correct term for a good roofing job. He'll also poke around to reinstall the asphalt shingles we lost in a last storm. Because I sure as heck am not climbing 40 feet to do it.

With all the rain, we moved the work indoors, and will work there until the rain clears up and the new doors and windows arrive. Anyway, we opened up the ceiling at the locations where we had visible leaks. Everything looked pretty good, except for one corner. This is what we found.



Funny thing is that this leak didn't look as bad as some of the others, that is it didn't show up as badly on the sheetrock. The surprise inside. I haven't touched the wood, because I couldn't' reach it, so I don't know how rotten it is and if it is salvageable. Will let you know when I find out.

Stay tuned.

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