Friday, July 12, 2019

Metal Roofs And Flowering Meadows

Hale Mini's galvalume roof is in process. My builder's framing method became more apparent while attaching the factory cut roof. His was a wham bam hammer man kind of thing. Things at the factory are different.

The ridge cap needs to be cut to length and attached. I put it up there to get the drying process started. There's not much wind to worry about in this steamy okra weather. It should stay put til I get to it.

That high wire act can wait until I am refreshed and more lucid. I am going to measure twice, pre-drill the screw holes, test out the yoga positions needed and move like a sloth. I need to camouflage the imperfections. It'll get done.

It is and is going to be a mighty fine shed.

The sunny utility meadow and the roadside vegetable garden are popping. They both have a strong early summer presence. The Tall Flower Meadow leans more late summer to fall.

I will leave you here to wander. I have a shed to ponder.

The Buddha remains guard.

There is some hope for okra. I really should start my own seed saving for cool tolerance.


Lisa at Greenbow said...

Progress! It is beginning to look like a shed.
Your meadow madness is magnificent.

Christopher C. NC said...

The sunny utility meadow is having a very good year.