Hmmm, let me think now.....Wednesday night, the rain came down in sheets. Worse I've seen in a long time. Thunder and lightening as well which I thought was wonderful. Very energizing. The power went for a few seconds but that was it. It continued through the night and there was one clap of thunder that made me jump a foot off the bed and woke me up for a few minutes.
Thursday morning on getting up I saw that there had been a leak in the roof over the chesterfield. There was a big wet spot on one of the cushions. We had planned on leaving for Gander at 7:00 am to pick up groceries, etc so couldn't see to the roof. Figured we'd do it when we came back home. We got back in the afternoon but figured we'd put off the roof business until this morning as rain wasn't in the forecast.
This morning after the sun got up we were on the roof, each with a container of roof patch, (a thick tar like substance), looking for what would be a tiny hole in the roof. Well, I don't know if we found it or not but we put the patch on anything that looked suspicious.
Himself has been following the weather reports for a couple of days. Bill is suppose to hit Saturday night and Sunday. He's convinced that the roof is going to be torn off and that we should get boards to cover the windows. Frankly, I think it will be calmed down some by the time it gets to us, if it gets to us at all.
Himself makes walking sticks, canes and spears. Here's his latest.
Busy Bee, notice the pollen all over his "furry coat."
One of the forever present Woodies.