Doors for the hay mow went up first. Originally we planned a sliding door (or doors) like we did for the chicken coop. But Dan had the old door from the original shed, so he used it for one side of a double door for the hay storage area and made the second door to match.
|Double doors open wide for filling with hay.|
|This is the original shed with its original door. The shed became|
our first chicken coop (on the left) and goat shed (on the right).
|A closer look. Once painted they'll look almost identical|
except for the raggedy worn bottom on the original door.
The front wall was next.
Then the Dutch (stable) door into the feed area and milking room, also the wall down the side.
The feed room door was made to match the hay doors.
View from the side...
|A sliding door will complete the wall under the overhang.|
A rain catchment tank will be connected to the downspout.
And the back...
Still to replace will be the original back wall of the original shed.
Then windows, battens, and paint. We've made a lot of progress, but it seems like we still have a long way to go.
Little Barn: Doors and Walls © September 2016