I took me two "shifts" (An amount of time I work until I get too annoyed, thirsty, tired, cold, hot, whatever. Usually about an hour, but it might be 90 minutes or 30 minutes.) to get those last shingles off, and the roof swept. 2.5 hours! I was pretty discouraged. When I finished last night my hips were sore, my butt bones were sore from scootching along the surface at odd angles, and I was much more tired than I thought I should be.
But at 2:45 today, I finally had a clean surface.
Took a rest and started taking shingles up. Did one shift, came in for a drink, and realized that I was not sore at all and I felt pretty good. Decided I had better take advantage of that and do some more. I got two full bundles put down before it started getting chilly and dusky.
This should go pretty quickly now! The only part that gets tiring is carrying the shingles up the ladder.
Once again, there is no other news, but that's OK. This is what I'm supposed to be doing this week.
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