Lovely day for roofing today - a bit overcast, but fairly warm. I even took my hat off. So here is the progress.
First panel on!!
Second panel on...
Third, fourth, and fifth panels on...
All the panels are on!!!
I had already put the vent on the ridge cap so it was all ready to go. The dilemma was how to get onto the roof to secure it. I had taken off the cleat that I was using before and didn't want to put any extra holes in the metal. I tried a couple of different ways to get up on the roof and finally resorted to putting the cleat back on so I felt comfortable getting up there. I had decided a long time ago that if I wasn't comfortable about being on the roof, then I wouldn't get up there. I'll put a couple of screws in the extra holes and I won't worry about it.
Now for the ridge cap...
The only selfie you'll ever see of me and the house. :)
One more note about sitting on the ridge... the ridge cap is about 3 million times more comfortable on the bum than sitting on the ridge made of plywood and a 2x6. My inner thighs sure got a good workout!
Mostly finished! Still have to trim the ends of the ridge cap and I have a row of screws left to put in, but I need a different ladder. The holes are too high for my 8 foot ladder, but just low enough that I can't reach them from the ridge.