Two on a cold roof

Following on from my sighting of a man on scaffolding attending to the roof at a nearby property, imagine my surprise this morning, when I saw two men having a discussion on another rooftop. In this freezing cold?


  1. You’ve got some bonkers people in Surrey!

  2. Both braver than I am, Sue. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. maristravels

    I have to say it. You wouldn’t find two women doing that!

  4. I think t if you work in the building trade, you have to be super-hardy.

  5. Must be a few leaks in Surrey!

  6. Brrrr. Needs must I suppose

  7. Closer to the sun??? Even if it is hidden.

  8. I’ve been on a second-story roof before and it’s not much fun whatever the weather. It took me along time to feel comfortable enough to stand. I mostly scooted around on my bum. 🙂


  9. I’d stand on a roof like that if I had a rope tied to my front and to my back and another two on either side because you can fall and hurt yourself. And I don’t like it cold when my fingers freeze. But now I’m 77 I don’t like climbing up a ladder too many rungs.
    Great photograph.
    I hadn’t actually worked out where you were until I saw the shape of the house and the fact that you spell ‘colour’ correctly. Are you south England?

  10. That is bonkers. Ladders are out for me, a six rung step ladder is my limit.

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