It didn't take long or much pulling before a crack was heard, and shortly the whole shebang came down! Most surprising there were very few large pieces and most of the chimney fell, the last of it being very easy to break apart. I think it was a very good thing to fell this beast!
Well after this excitement lugging the roofing and bags of sawdust up the hill was rather mundane, but we soon had the job done and anxious to see how the roofing was going to go on we placed the roofing on one side of the pavilion roof and everything lined up just so on the first try. With the pieces clamped in position we took a lunch break as did the rain. The rain continued it's break after lunch, but Pete and I got to work screwing the panels down. Then it was the other sides turn and soon we were working on the ridge cap with precious little juice left in our battery drill. We managed to get enough screws in the ridge cap to hold it in place, but this will need to be finished on another day.
Before departing we chatted with 2 hikers in from the wet drying out on the porch. We also talked to another couple tenting on one of the platforms. And so ended another great day at UGP. Cabin opening will be soon, May 19th, so mark your calendars!