Mark helped me put the plywood (OSB) on the roof. I knew he needed to be in Port Richey to ready his house for the home inspector, so I told him to shove off, I could handle the rest.:First step of the roof:
I asked her to bring me the camera. My girl it s trooper, she climbed the ladder and gave me the camera. I caught this picture as she when down:
The roof is felted. We used to call it 'tar-paper' but it got a bad wrap so it is felt (Underlayment for shingles).
Today I carried 7 bundles up that ladder in 14 trips. LOL. But it is finished.
All it needs is a trim, but this old man is beat. Timewise this took over 4 hours labor. A young roofer (even me 20 yrs ago) would have laid the shingles in an hour. Age does take its toll.
Some fun and benefits. I am up about 12 feet and right beside this squirrel nest.
The dude of lady came out and looked at me as if to say, "What are you doing up here, this is my territory, MOVE it!"
I know you did not need a roofing lesson, but right now, that is all I have. I'm bushed.
The Edsel convertible