the old roof was taken off about two weeks ago and now they are starting to build a new one. Tons of work on the building, it will take a very long time. It was raining and windy for those workers all day yesterday.
The Christmas lights were installed around town the other night.
Work yourself warm, oh, what a job - and Christmas lights already?! Aw, well, why not, anything that brightens up this grey, right!ReplyDelete
Lets hope that bad weather will stay away while they are working on the new roof.ReplyDelete
I am retired and I really like watching people work. :-)ReplyDelete
I am sure hey are used to working in all kinds of weather. They don't have to like it, but it's nothing they haven't dealt with before.ReplyDelete
Not the best time of year to renovate a roof. Here they have been replacing the roofing on a small neighborhood since August, but due to land rains it is still not finished.ReplyDelete
Es muy sacrificado el trabajo de constructor, tiene que estar expuestos a las inclemencias del clima. Y me parece muy temprano para las luces navideñas, quizas le da a la ciudad una mirada mas alegre.ReplyDelete
Un beso enorme Bill.
Yes buildings needs repair, whatever the weather brings...ReplyDelete
Not the best weather for roof repairs Bill, but I'm sure they are used to it ✨ReplyDelete
Looks like a restoration project you found thereReplyDelete
need to repair before Christmas eveReplyDelete
Glad to see two positive things happening...workers being employed, and a building being restored! Oh and the third possibility, a celebration of the season with the Christmas lights.ReplyDelete
It must be difficult to work in rainy and windy weather up on a roof.ReplyDelete
...there will always be construction work to do.ReplyDelete
Steady Eddie There Mr BillReplyDelete
Construction continues despite the pandemic. Yes, a great deal of work.ReplyDelete
Ha Bill. Dat is een van de belangrijkste onderdelen bij de bouw. Veilig bovenal.ReplyDelete
Good that there' reconstruction rather than demolition..ReplyDelete
It is miserable working in the rain.ReplyDelete
I wouldn't want to work outside. Too much heat and humidity, rain, wind, snow, cold, and bugs/spiders etc. out there.ReplyDelete
Repairs and rebuilding of old buildings never ends! Ours is over 100 years old and we are always doing something.ReplyDelete
Debe de ser muy duro trabajar con las inclemencias del tiempo.ReplyDelete
It's amazing how they make/build new roofs. I've seen it done.ReplyDelete
God bless, Bill.
They have a hard job, in wind and all kinds of weather.ReplyDelete
It will look nice with the Christmas lights!
Not easy weather for working in!ReplyDelete
I always like it when the Christmas Lights start going up :)
All the best Jan
A hard time of year to do that work.ReplyDelete
Hard work made harder by the weather!ReplyDelete
We have our lights and bulbs raring to go.
Hard to work outside on cold rainy days.ReplyDelete
I've seen Christmas lights on some of the houses around here already.
That is a big job and one that will be well to be done with! No Christmas lights outside here yet. I am looking forward to that bit of cheer here this year though. Hugs- DianaReplyDelete
A new normal Christmas this year.ReplyDelete
Got to have a good roof over the house/hotel or whatever, keeps the rain out - and poor men having to work in all kind of weather.ReplyDelete
The light will look good when turned on in the dusk and dark..
Guys hard at work!ReplyDelete
it will be a nice time soon for all the christmas lightsReplyDelete