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Postby LiL' Red » Mon Mar 13, 2006 4:20 pm

Has the beginnings of a very nice building. Have you considered filling it 10 horse at a time? :lol:
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Postby Rudi » Mon Mar 13, 2006 7:19 pm


You do not have to be a carpenter to build well. Many people I know have not taken those so-called carpentry courses and have built some wonderful buildings that are not only rugged, well built, but also handsome as can be. On the other hand, I know many unfortunately who HAVE taken those so-called carpentry courses and really need to go and find some other place of employment.... :? :shock: :!:

You are doing well my friend, and I envy not only your good fortune but being able to find the time to build the barn along with everything else you do..... :D

Congrats my friend. I am looking forward to the finished pics. 8) 8) wayyyy 8) 8)

No doubt your horses will thank you as well..

Have you considered lining the lower 2 or 3 feet of the interior walls with some type of waterproof membrane so that the stock doesn't rot out on you.. it will also allow you to wash out the stalls as well... :?: :idea: :?:
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