Workmen back on that roof again

At least it’s no longer icy!

Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here

32 comments

  1. I see no safety harnesses ….

  2. Perhaps they like the view!

  3. There are some jobs I simply couldn’t do, Sue 🙂 🙂

  4. Oh my goodness! It is good indeed they roof is not icy!

  5. With current stream of high winds I guess they will be kept busy 🙂

  6. I wouldn’t be doing that here this weekend. We have 70 mph winds forecast, and they already kept me awake most of the night.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  7. Your shot reminds me of a prank I used to play on unsuspecting passers-by when I was little. The front of our house was three stories high with a fairly steep roof. However, it was built on a slope and at the back we had a terrace directly under the roof. So it was easy to climb up to the roof ridge and look down to the street, waving at passers-by. I think I was responsible for a few heart attacks in my time.

  8. maristravels

    I’m waving to your builders from mine. Nice to see them again!

  9. I’ve just hopped over here via your link on Jo’s blog. Your little anecdote has just made me laugh, though it’s just the sort of thing I would have done too 🙂 At one time I used to assist my son’s dad, and years later my last partner, in roofing and property repairs and would think nothing of going up on a roof, often without a cat ladder – a woman up on a roof was an odd sight to see for many people 🙂

  10. That blue sky looks marvelous 😀

  11. Having actually been on the roof of a two-story house, although NOT in winter, I can appreciate and admire how they can stand and walk around at ease. Not I!

    janet

  12. Eek! I suppose they know what they are doing …

  13. and still no hard hats 😦

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