To continue……

We left our heroine off with a brand new roof, and a few roofing nails scattered about the property.  When she (me) arrived home from work on Friday night, she saw a trailer in her driveway filled to the brim with her old roof and assorted and sundry trash.  She (I) thought to herself, “Self?  Why is there a trailer in my driveway?”.  Well, she was in a hurry so she just went inside and let the pup out and then back in and fed him and hurried away to her dinner engagement (which was lovely by the way).   She (me) arrived home about 10:00 p.m. and the trailer was still there, sitting in her dark driveway.  Assuming they just left it for the weekend, our heroine went inside for the night.

In the morning, our intrepid heroine and her trusted companion, Grover, went out for their walk and returned home to move the hose and feed and water the lifestock (Grover and Stinky).  Upon leaving her abode one more time to take the trash out, our heroine (me) noticed a flat tire on the trailer.

And, upon further inspection, she found this on the other side…………………………………………….

It seems there were 3 very good reasons why the trailer is still in our heroine’s driveway.  Take care and have a great Sunday!!!

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6 Responses to To continue……

  1. marianne says:

    Have you heard from the roofers? like when they’re going to come fix the tires and haul that trailer off? sigh.
    (shhh, I like that tune 😉
    Take care, sweetheart, stay cool. It’s brutal out there.
    xoxox

  2. joyknits says:

    Way too familiar a sight, except our dumpster was green, but it lived in the driveway for what seemed like forever! Maybe the roofers ran over their own nails. After the trailer’s gone, can you go over the driveway with a big magnet before you take chances with your own tires? Good luck and try to stay cool!

  3. heideho says:

    Were they victim to their own roofing nail mess, or were other nefarious forces at work? They should be out with magnets cleaning up your yard. Flying nails aren’t good (lawn mower projectiles). Take pictures of the mess and trailer, just in case they’re needed later. I’m crossing my fingers that all will be taken care of without you having to prompt or threaten the workers.

    • knitwonpurltoo says:

      I think they got sloppier the hotter it got. It was 105 that day and roof work is hot hard work. That, plus my roof has a 45 degree pitch so they needed ropes. I always find nails after the roofers leave. There is no way they can get them all. I’ve walked the driveway and found 10. I won’t park my car closer to the house until I’m sure I’ve gotten them all. It’s really hard to tell with a gravel driveway. In Missouri we never make it to the life of the shingles. We always have storms that either tear the roof off or beat it to death;-P Hugs, girl!!!

      Comment: Were they victim to their own roofing nail mess, or were other nefarious forces at work? They should be out with magnets cleaning up your yard. Flying nails aren’t good (lawn mower projectiles). Take pictures of the mess and trailer, just in case they’re needed later. I’m crossing my fingers that all will be taken care of without you having to prompt or threaten the workers.

  4. Cookie says:

    Personally, I think it’s karma in action. Crappy roof dudes end up with flats.

  5. dyeabolicalyarns says:

    Curious minds want to know, is the trailer still there?

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