Yesterday the roofers arrived and pulled off all the old corrugated iron and then the rain arrived!
We haven’t had any decent rain here in Brisbane for MONTHS!! when I left for work the rain was coming through the extractor fan in the bathroom. What can you do? I left the problem to the professionals and came home last night to a roof covered in tarpaulins.
Late last night we had a storm….. The tarps were flapping like CRAZY but we stayed dry. Today the sun is out and the roofers are back. Fingers and toes crossed they manage to secure the roof before it rains again.
No sign of the possums!!
I know I shouldn’t but I worry about our little furry friends in the roof when the weather is this hot. Its been in the mid 30’s celsius (approximately 90 degrees farenheit) and under the corrugated iron roof they must be sweltering. When we open the cupboard to give them their dinner late in the afternoons they are often lying spreadeagled on the floor of the cupboard. Is this their way of keeping cool? Why do they choose to live in these conditions???
A few weeks ago we decided to put in a little water bottle usually used for rabbits, guinea pigs etc. It looks like they’re using it too because the water disappears. I did wonder if the water was dripping out, so I put a little bowl under it to see and so far its remained dry. I’d really like to put a small fan up there but Mr F, who isn’t that crazy about the whole possum ‘thing’ thinks I’m going a little overboard. I know he’s right, I just can’t help it.
I took these photos this afternoon when I came home from work.