In which we finally finish the large green object in the back yard!!!!

"Hey!  What are you guys doing in here?"
 This place looks like a construction zone!
 But not for a lot longer.   
 Today, all those empty spaces got turned into real walls.
 Up on the ladders we went.
 All of us worked like crazy squirrels all day long with drills and drivers.
 Check it out:  the hay room, all ready for HAY!
 "I really hope you people are putting in an extra big feed room for me!"


 Farmer Jim admires the pretty-darn-close-to-finished product...


 ...and then he hustled up to the house to grill some steaks to celebrate. 
What a guy!

Life. Is. So. Good.

AND:  WE HAVE A BARN NOW!!!!!

Comments

  1. Woo Hoo!!
    A good job, well done!
    Congratulations!

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  2. YAHOO! That's absolutely fantastic, Aarene! You guys should be so proud - it looks amazing, and you did it all yourselves.

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  3. Aarene, could you please email me with some specifics on your bard? What is it made of, where did you get it, cost? mljintex at yahoo.

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  4. Hooray! It's even better knowing you built it yourself! Congrats. :)

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  5. Congrats!!! Love it. And the goat photo of course.

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  6. Boy, you weren't kidding when you said you were putting up a barn, were you? That thing is pretty legit. How many stalls?

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  7. Off topic, but I couldn't resist: Don't know if you're a fan of "Cake Wrecks" [hilarious site!], but this week's "Sunday Sweets" is in honor of National Library Week. Enjoy!
    http://cakewrecks.blogspot.com/2011/04/sunday-sweets-bookin-it.html

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  8. Wow, looks great! And love the nosy goat photo!

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  9. Wish I'd been there to give a Big Ya WHOO! Dinner too! :-)

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  10. So Excellent, and I love how the whole family gets involved!
    Congrats!

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