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February 12 , 2007

Roof is framed and roof paper is up!

They're really moving quickly.  Fortunately, we looked at roof shingles today and have some samples to make our decision.  I don't think the crew will be working tomorrow, though:

From the National Weather Service: AT THIS TIME...SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF 6 TO 10 INCHES IS EXPECTED TO OCCUR OVER THE AREA. SOME SLEET AND FREEZING RAIN WILL ALSO OCCUR...WHICH WILL CUT THE HIGHER SNOWFALL TOTALS BUT ADD SOME ICY ACCUMULATIONS OF UNDER AN INCH.

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The front of the house You can see the roof paper! Great room ceiling line
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There's an area above the upstairs bathroom where the roof plywood is torn Here's the torn piece The remains of their "keep warm" fire
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The back of the house cjk    
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