Numerous light rafters of wood or of bamboo extend from the ridgepole in parallel rows at intervals of 30 to 40 centimeters.
Don't he look ridiculous, sitting up there a-straddle of his ridgepole, with a tin-cup?
But the little birds were sitting on the ridgepole, singing.
Above it was a sort of ridgepole, which had supported the tent.
It was like riding blindfolded along the ridgepole of a church, and, had my pony slipped, the results would have been the same.
I knew a girl in Marysville who could walk the ridgepole of a roof.
From there he gained the roof of a chicken-house, passed over the ridgepole and dropped to the ground inside.
I received her as politely as I could, because I think she was sorry she dared me to walk a ridgepole.
The ridgepole should be well rounded on the edges, and be about two and a half inches wide and two inches thick.
The pillars that had supported the ridgepole were still standing in some of the ruins.