Well, end of day two and the roof is ready to be rebuilt. We will see what day three has in store for us. I've been trying to stay busy, and on schedule. The boss says she wants it done in two weeks. I don't see a problem with that at this pace. I've decided not to resurface the inside of the roof with the "wallpaper" material that was previously there. Instead, I'm going to prime it, and coat it with white paint a few times, and at the beginning of each camp season, we're going to have the kids put their handprints on the roof with the year, in different colors.
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End of day nine, and I'm ready to flip the lid back on the box. The end boards are on, just didn't get a pic yet. I need to do some roof repair, so I'll skin it afterwards, since I built the new roof on top of the old roof assembly. Trying to kick butt, and not get burnt out at the same time. Went over budget on the supplies and tools, but that's because the budget was based off of a smaller roof rebuild, and I needed A LOT of clamps. More to come soon, thanks for looking!