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They can't shingle in 98 degree weather

Posted by gandle 4 NE (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 26, 13 at 17:09

This coming weekend we will have the annual houseful. SIL and 2 grandsons were going to shingle my shop. It really needs, doesn't leak but it is time it had a new roof.

SIL is a doctor who fancies himself a carpenter. One grandson is a chemist who thinks he is a farmer, the other grandson is an auto mechanic and has gourmet cooking as a hobby.

If it is too hot to shingle there are plenty of chores to do around the place, should be able to keep all 3 busy.

Leone has plans to keep all the women busy but I know 1 13 year old great granddaughter that will be at her granddads side helping in whatever he is doing.


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RE: They can't shingle in 98 degree weather

It sounds like ice cream weather to me. Get the "grandson is an auto mechanic and has gourmet cooking as a hobby. " to whip us some cool stuff.


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RE: They can't shingle in 98 degree weather

Your multitalented family will find things to do, that's for sure.
Sounds as though there will be a good time had by all.


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RE: They can't shingle in 98 degree weather

Could I borrow your family for a day or so? They would find plenty to do here.
Have a great time.


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RE: They can't shingle in 98 degree weather

I cannot imagine being on a roof in 98 degree weather! That would be hard to shingle. I'm glad they come to help you. Good kids, must've been raised right. Good parents! Enjoy them to the fullest.


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