Monthly Archives: November 2010

Barn design: Becoming a tenant

After 20 years of marriage you would think Hubby would be more comfortable with my schemes…. As we’ve worked through the details of the possible move of BG to NB’s, it became apparent last night that it simply won’t work. … Continue reading

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Barn design: Extending an existing loafing shed

If we move Big Guy, the existing loafing shed at the future property will need to be enlarged to fit two horses and to feed them separately. There is a 12×12 cover on one side and a feed room area … Continue reading

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Barn design: calculating gravel

I’m continuing to work out details on a possible retirement home for the Big Guy. I write possible because things continue to change, most for the good but some sticking points that have to be resolved. Overall, I am looking for … Continue reading

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Barn design: Designing T’s retirement pasture

For the past few days I have been working out different plans on how Situation #3 might work out as a retirement home for Big Guy. The biggest work that needs to be done is at the front end of … Continue reading

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Barn design: retirement location update

After spending most of this wonderful day indoors doing online biology and math homework, I checked out Situation #3. Remember Situation #3? I went to look at it today and it could be a real possibility. It’s only 8 minutes … Continue reading

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