10 December, 2020

roof delivery

the telehandler delivering some materials to the roof for the workers.



34 comments:

  1. Looks a big building, nice to see progress.

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  2. Hi Bill.

    It looks like it's going to be beautiful.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  3. Glad to see that it is not raining.

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  4. I am retired and enjoy watching people work. ;-)

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  5. Always interesting to look at delicate constructions placed into the right place.

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  6. Hello,
    Looks like a big roof job, replacing all the wood.
    Take care, have a happy day!

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  7. 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.

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  8. Makes you wonder how we ever built anything without these machines.

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  9. The cherry pickers are so handy Bill, this is a super smart red beauty 😉

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  10. It would become beautiful when they put a sloping roof.

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  11. Luckily there is a telehandler, so workers do not experience the hassle of climbing and descending the steps of the stairs.
    Great photography, Bill.

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  12. ...it looks like they have all of the safety precautions in place.

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  13. Great capture!
    Greetings, Jonny.

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  14. Telehandlers are wonderful machines. We have used them to help put roofs on Habitat houses. They do much of the heavy lifting.

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  15. It's taking some heavy equipment to get those supplies up there.

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  16. I hope they are careful, I've seen a few of those machines tip over.

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  17. Laaa grua hace una perfecta función.

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  18. They certainly aren't scared of heights!

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  19. 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

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  20. That sure makes things easier. Its a long way up there.

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  21. Good to know the name of that equipment!

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  22. What a wonderful machine.
    They are high up there aren't they!

    All the best Jan

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  23. People at work...good for the economy.

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  24. Bill - this could come in handy for Santa, should his sled ever break down!

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