|That barrier stuff is AWESOME!|
Because of hubby's work / sleep schedule today, we opted to finish the second half of the roof tomorrow afternoon so we left the tarps only on the half that was not complete.
This evening we were sitting in church and we heard thunder in the distance. Hubby whipped out his phone and looked at his radar app. After seeing all the red coming at us and our house, he went out to the lobby to see if there was a lot of wind with the storm. He came back a couple minutes later and said there didn't appear to be much wind, so he didn't think we needed to worry that the tarps would blow off the roof.
Three and a half hours later (after church, small group, and dinner with our small group) we got home. When we noticed small branches down on our driveway we were a little worried. When we got out of the car hubby said he smelled wet wood. After quickly changing, he went up on the roof. I had something to do real quick inside, and when I went outside to see how things were, he yelled down that the tarps had come off. Ugh!
Unfortunately, the tarps had slid down the roof about 1/3 of the way. The roof has been re-tarped for the night just in case more rain comes. The current plan is to take the tarps off as soon as I wake up tomorrow (provided no rain is coming) so that the wood can dry out before we are hopefully able to finish putting down the barrier before we get more rain.
I can't wait for this part to be done. Aside from the barrier and some paperwork, the rest is being done by someone else.