A typical Kamini Rhubarb is underway. Our local church is having it’s roof replaced. When the old roof was removed a couple of weeks ago, it took some time, debate, haggling, confusion, and politics, according to local lore, to get the timber treated/painted before the new roof could be installed.
The result: a change in the weather, with storms looming, has caused a flurry of dawn-to-dusk hammering and building. A downpour into the interior of the old chapel could cause untold damage to the ancient fixtures.
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