|Setting the last rafter on our storage unit - 12'x12' with 10'-12' ceiling.|
As hard as it was getting the OSB up to the roof, it was even harder to get down off of the roof after I had it decked. The tallest ladder I had was 8'. I'll have to bring a taller version next week to finish up. I didn't even think about coming off of the side until I was already down.
We had a yard guest for the weekend. All of the rain this past couple of months has made conditions favorable for the local frog & toad population to explode. We literally have baby frogs every few feet across the property. This means that the population control units (snakes) have been feasting without stop. I was greeted by this guy (or gal) when I moved the generator cover to change the oil. I spotted him the day before in a wood pile near the cabin but couldn't get a close look at him before he took his leave into the logs. He was much less shy today. My best guess is a Black Rat Snake. I thought he was very handsome and he was quite docile compared to the Cottonmouth Moccasin we saw last year. Anyone from the Herpetologist Society care to comment? Light colored belly, round pupils, dull grey.
|Baby Frog next to a quarter!|
|American Leather Sleeper Sofa in Black Leather from Haverty's|