Or perhaps, if you are involved in a chimney sweeping operation, don't be at the bottom end.
I am coming back around to the merits of a supervisory role when it comes to certain tasks, from an adequate distance which allows supervisory duties to be properly performed. ; )
Yes, the above was plan B. Plan A is not to be involved at either end.
But amazing how much more you enjoy those winter fires, knowing that the flue is as clean as a whistle! And that a chimney fire
isn't going to leave you homeless at minus 30 degrees!
I sweep my Mom's chimney from the top on a regular basis, and leave the bottom end to her. There are some who, if they were to watch the operation, would not necessarily think that my rooftop scamperings would be the preferred role.
Definitely the impetus for getting this done was wishing to avert an unnecessary catastrophe.
Do you have any necessary catastrophes lined up?
Nothing I'm aware of, and very hopefully it stays that way!
Are we really talking chimneys or is this some sort of metaphor I'm not getting? There is a lot going on these days on AP and I just want to make sure I'm not missing the gist of what you are really trying to say.