The Cross House
And that little area took much of the afternoon.
That it happened at all was because the weather suddenly jumped to fifty. Whoee!!!!!!!!
That little area took so much time because it involved a lot of odd angled shingles, and each had to be measured and fitted into place. Often, they didn’t fit so had to be recut. And often after all that, the original shingles (turned over and sanded) split in half (or worse) when nailing even though they were pre-drilled.
And all this happened by lying down on the rough roof shingles and hammering at odd angles.
The large area to the left of the big window should go lighting-fast by comparison!