True talent


#1

I am going to work before the snow hits tomorrow.


#2

^ he said the 4 letter word


#3

The topic was true talent,I was expecting to see something like this. http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s4/bushhog_photos/scan0001.jpg


#4

BushHog, you think THAT’s crazy? We had a post here about 1 month ago (should still be out there somewhere) maybe more from a guy who put his shingles on upside down, i.e. the reveal to the top & the headlap low. @ least he didn’t get his keyways fully lined up…


#5

I’d like to see that. :smiley: There’s another roof down the street from me I’d like to get a picture of too but I dont want to upset the homeowner,its almost just like the picture I posted but the waterbonds are offset 1" over the whole roof with a 3 tab shingle.Its just a matter of time before it starts leaking and destroys his house.I think I should ask him if I can take a closer look at it and take a couple of pictures.


#6

That is one fine looking shingling job.


#7

[quote="-Axiom-"]

That is one fine looking shingling job.[/quote]

They did the whole house like that and ridged it so they were obviously proud of their accomplishment.However,it did cause all the ceilings to fall out,the owner was a truck driver and was never their long enough to see it leaking until it was too late :shock:


#8

Have another drink i want to see more rambling crap so i can laugh at you.


#9

More true talent here :smiley: http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s4/bushhog_photos/scan0017.jpg This picture was taken standing on the back patio,there were stone steps all the way to the two creeks that joined together. http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s4/bushhog_photos/scan0015.jpg True talent steped in and saved it http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s4/bushhog_photos/scan0014.jpg


#10

I betcha there are Trout in that creek…
A very distracting working environment…


#11

[quote="-Axiom-"]I betcha there are Trout in that creek…
A very distracting working environment…[/quote]

No trout that far south,however it is full of everything else,I have waded that creek many times ,one of the few untouched creeks left that I know of,nothing but 2000 acres of woods all the way to the river.Actually ,the guy that invented the moultrie deer feeders fenced in a couple hundred acres next door but his moose or elk have been seen standing in the middle of the creek.Photography is another true talent,just joking,It just turned out unique http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s4/bushhog_photos/scan0002-1.jpg


#12

I see the caps lock problem has been fixed, perhaps spilling more beer on the keyboard worked out ok for him…


#13

Bush, where are you located? Too bad that house is in such crappy shape; it’s in a prime spot. I am hoping you can hear the water from the house?

Also, what’s the elevation of the house vs. the creek? Any flood potential?


#14

[quote=“RanchHandRoofing”]Bush, where are you located? Too bad that house is in such crappy shape; it’s in a prime spot. I am hoping you can hear the water from the house?

Also, what’s the elevation of the house vs. the creek? Any flood potential?[/quote]

The house is located in Verbena,Alabama,you can hear the water from the house,used to sit on the steps going to the creek and watch the deer ,they like to stand out in the middle of the creek . They dont have to worry about flooding but it is a very dangerous creek when flooded,lots of rapids and some trees in bad places,it was rated pretty high on the kiyakers scale but they said there’s nowhere to get out unless you go all the way to the river,its very mountainous and all woods.I grew up there so I know where to get out,