Friday, September 29, 2017

the foyle hotel

the rain and gusty wind is causing some of the plastic covering to rip and flap around.  Tying up the ripped ends helped. 



21 comments:

  1. Ha Bill, nu nog 'n mooie strik eromheen en je hebt 'n prachtig groot cadeau.
    Groet Kees.

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  2. It really is a problem here too as the gusts of wind blew over roadwork signs - and my washing line!!

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  3. And the windy season just started..

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  4. ...this looks like a child ripping open they Christmas package.

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  5. Oh no, I think the windy season is gritty and depressing. We hardly had any this year; I hope it doesn't surprise us and arrive in October!

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  6. The grey weather makes the atmosphere here. With a blue sky its gives a totally other feeling I guess.

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  7. I admire construction workers. I would not want to have to fix that problem!

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  8. Yup, that wind can wreak havoc with construction sites Bill, the sooner they get that roof on the better 😊

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  9. Keeping that plastic covering place must be a full time job.

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  10. A very eerie, ghostly building at this point!
    : )

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  11. I've seen that happen with work sites here as well.

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  12. Hello. I see that autumn has come. Here we are waiting for the rain that does not arrive.
    Good weekend!

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  13. They seem to be losing the battle!

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  14. The same happens here sometimes in Montreal. Somehow, although plastic is waterproof, it is not strong enough for those wind gusts.

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  15. I feel sorry for people who have to work out in the elements as the weather starts getting nastier this time of year. Those tarps sort of help but their shortcomings are obvious in this shot.

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  16. You did get a good photo op out of it! Hope the wind dies down for them.

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  17. I wonder if they said they were foiled again>

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