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        03-23-2009, 10:29 PM
    What a nice improvement!
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        03-23-2009, 11:34 PM
    Thanks NM, the "trusses" ? I think they are called, the angled part of the main supports, are cracked and split along 4-5 of them and the roof is bowing with the wind. Then over another stall,the slats that the tin is nailed to are bowing and popping, but holding otherwise. The tin that came off was the "see through" fiberglass that lets light in, and is long gone. Hubby thinks insurance might cover some of it, but I doubt we are that lucky!
        03-24-2009, 12:41 AM
    Well, that's why I wondered why you called her a he. ;) But I wasn't about to point it out. Lol

    BFH, Carol has lost shingles and a lil bit of siding has come loose. Dang wind. As far as I know our place is doing ok with the wind. The stupid lil duck hut flipped into the lagoon tho. HS had to fetch it out. LOL

    How's the barn holding up? Ya, it's only money.. Just build a new one. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

    Edit, aaaaaaaaaaaaaah I just read your last post. Not good.. I'm not sure if you can replace or reinforce those trusses(roof supports) or not. I'd have to ask HS. It may well be much safer to rip it down.. :( Bummer..

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