The fascination that I experienced in seeing this thing go up is beyond words. The crew was excellent! Our building inspector said “they could teach us all how to build right!”. We loved them so much we have engaged them for another project here.
Here are some pictures of the construction of the walls, setting of windows and doors and getting it to the place where concrete could come in.
Then came the concrete. The precision with which they poured and spread was amazing! BUT more amazing was that they did not get it all over themselves. I get dirty just looking at stuff! I know that I could not work with concrete—I would end up a statue no doubt! One of the women had white shorts on and she was a clean going as she was coming. I just don’t get that!
My favorite part was adding the cupola. Since one of my many dreams is having chickens, we selected (I selected, ok) a rooster for the weather vane. He is my inspiration and my first chicken. His name is Gus.
Then it was our turn. The project was done at 7pm Friday night. We took a candle and a bottle of bubbly (and the dog of course) and celebrated the official Rite of Passage completion!
The weekend brought excitement as we began moving in. Our garage thanks us; our basement thanks us; our porch thanks us!
A couple new hummingbird feeders have found a home on the lean to and Jasmine is happy to have yet another place to lay around on.
Can I get a YIPEE! from anyone? I am so excited, I love it so much. For a girl who didn’t even know what a pole barn was a year ago, this has really helped in unleashing my inner farmgirl!
Thanks for reading and following this journey.