Sunday, October 17, 2010

Short Picture Update, New Farm

As most of you know, I have been spending most of my spare time lately working away at finishing the interior of the barn. I got a little sidetracked with some other farm duties for the better part of a week, but things are beginning to move forward again. While the pictures might not show it, at this point all the stalls are fully functional, and most of them have been used at one time or another. The wash rack is fully ready except for hot water, which ought to be fixed before the end of the week. The storage area/ crosstie area beside the wash rack is fully ready and the feed room/office/whatever is framed in and is still waiting for an electrician to install a service so I can insulate it and be DONE with the inside of the barn ! At any rate, here are a few recent photos to show where we're at !

Looking toward the front of the barn from the rearmost stall. Please ignore the junk in the storage area/crosstie. It has to go somewhere.
Looking at the wash rack (left) and crosstie/storage area on the

Inside the feedroom...awaiting electricity and insulation !


Looking toward the rear of the barn from the front. I will be covering the plywood with upright 1x6, just like the rest of the barn. Unfortunately, 1x6's aren't nearly as airtight or insulation friendly as plywood is. The feed room door is sitting in the front end loader of the tractor, which is parked outside, awaiting my arrival tomorrow ! I don't know why the alley looks narrow in this picture; it is actually a full 12 feet wide.




5 comments:

Funder said...

Lovely barn. You did it right and it definitely shows. :)

Kate said...

Very nice - you have spare time??!!

Jason said...

Kate;

I've found that if I only sleep from 2 am till 4 am, I can create hours of spare time ! :)

I've been working away at it between morning and evening chores literally every day for the past month and it's time for it to be done !

Sylvia said...

Very nice!!!! Now when are you coming to fix my place up? ;)

Jason said...

Sylvia;

About 20 years and I figure I ought to be through ! :)