Don't choose the rainiest 3 days for roofing jobs!
|New Hennery roof|
With all this inclement weather and too many wet feathers, it was decided that it was time the Hennery roof was made more waterproof! Re-roofing from beneath using poly-carbonate sheeting in wind and rain is not the easiest or even quickest job in the world. However, perseverance paid off and, not only do the girls have a bone dry day shelter but the new roof looks as if it's been there forever thanks to the magic of the Genever touch! Chris's clematis (a Montana var. rubens 'Majorie') has draped itself quite elegantly over the the roof and around the ceramic nest egg on the apex. We only took a few tiny snips - honestly, Chris!
At least the photo doesn't show the Somme-like conditions beneath! I wonder if all this work will have any impact on egg production???
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