a field in Glenties, Co. Donegal
Looks a big building, nice to see progress.
Hi Bill.It looks like it's going to be beautiful.Greetings from Patricia.
Glad to see that it is not raining.
I am retired and enjoy watching people work. ;-)
Always interesting to look at delicate constructions placed into the right place.
Hello,Looks like a big roof job, replacing all the wood.Take care, have a happy day!
Yes, nowadays those things go on in their entirety. The nicest thing is the folding roof. It hinges in the ridge and is placed all over the house, so you have a roof in 1 day.
Delivering the mail?God bless.
Makes you wonder how we ever built anything without these machines.
The cherry pickers are so handy Bill, this is a super smart red beauty 😉
It would become beautiful when they put a sloping roof.
Luckily there is a telehandler, so workers do not experience the hassle of climbing and descending the steps of the stairs. Great photography, Bill.
...it looks like they have all of the safety precautions in place.
Great capture!Greetings, Jonny.
That must help a lot!
Telehandlers are wonderful machines. We have used them to help put roofs on Habitat houses. They do much of the heavy lifting.
It's taking some heavy equipment to get those supplies up there.
I hope they are careful, I've seen a few of those machines tip over.
While lifting heavier products of course.
That looks like a big job.
How much easier things are today!
Laaa grua hace una perfecta función.
They certainly aren't scared of heights!
Dear Bill,you made another fascinating observation!Thanks for your nice comments. Wow, you lived in Alaska? That was a fascinating time for sure! But cold ... I can understand why the cats didn't want to stay outside for long at -40F 🥶 Oh, and you're a glove collector 😉 Thanks for the tip, now I have an idea what might have happened to my red glove 😜...Have a good time!🌟☃️🐿️❄️🕯️⛄💫Traude
That sure makes things easier. Its a long way up there.
Good to know the name of that equipment!
What a wonderful machine.They are high up there aren't they!All the best Jan
People at work...good for the economy.
This is so cool.
great job...Have a wonderful day
Bill - this could come in handy for Santa, should his sled ever break down!
Work yourself warm (2C here).