Finally Finished

Aug
21

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This horse shelter and hay feeder was built last winter. It wasn’t good painting weather at the time, and then it never did get painted. For months. We have had a very rainy spring and summer here. Ross has wanted to paint it when he’s been home before, but it just kept raining.
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But this past weekend, we finally had a break in the weather and he got right out there and painted it! Paint makes a huge difference. It looked like a shack. Now it looks like an intentional outbuilding matching the barn and other buildings on the farm. And I think I just need Ross to move in…..


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 21, 2013  

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  1. 8-21
    8:08
    am

    It’s been a bad summer to try and get things like that done. And its not like other things don’t HAVE to get done when it drys up a little and then I am finally going to get to stuff I want to get done and it rains again. Its been a good summer to have projects going on inside too. I bet it feels good to have that done! Nice job Ross:)

  2. 8-21
    12:41
    pm

    Bless him…he’s a good son Suzanne. :sun:

  3. 8-22
    8:11
    am

    If not move in; at least down the road!

  4. 8-22
    9:25
    am

    Hmmmm. Maybe a son and daughter in law house could be tucked in somewhere, there. :-)

  5. 8-22
    6:59
    pm

    So – is this you saying it would be nice to have a man around? ;o)

  6. 8-22
    7:05
    pm

    Shocking, isn’t it?

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