Slowly but surely, we’re restoring Crowder House. As many of you might be aware, we had initially been concerned about the state of the roof. It had been covered by a layer of ivy so thick it had begun to compost over the shack. Even after removing the dense foliage, we had no way of truly assessing the situation until Stan Bernard went up to replace all the nails with screws.
Fortunately, the roof was still in good shape, but needed to be painted. And as we can apparently only hire people with the same name, Stan Linnen recently finished painting the top of Crowder House. Below are pictures of before to the left, and as it looks today to the right.