Finished The Barn
Oh, yes I did!
Let me refresh your memory to where I began.
It was a bit overwhelming, but since I posted the pics here, it served as a personal accountability to gitter done.
I worked days and days that were hot and humid, plus days and days that were rainy, hot and just plain yucky. Every night when I took my shower the mud just rolled off of me. Ugh!
I lucked out and saw no actual critters except a small lizard. Neither one of us was too thrilled to see the other, but we made a promise to leave each other alone. Worked for me.
Check out that door. So cool! It leads into the enclosed part of the barn where I keep smaller craft supplies and some furniture. That door hasn’t been open for several years. I’ve had to use the roll up door to access that part of the barn.
We made decks on pallets along one side and the back wall. Perfect for organizing the things I wanted to keep.
The doors, screens, headboards and lumber all have their designated spots. I can’t believe how many headboards I have. Sheesh! Can you say “hoarder”?
I had to toss a bunch of stuff that wasn’t any good. Since we live in the country we were able to burn in between downpours.
Lots of nails, screws and wire are all over the “floor”. I’m still working on getting those all picked up. We borrowed a cool magnet on wheels that works like a charm.
When I’m sure I won’t get a flat, my craft trailer I use for craft shows will be pulled inside.