I’ve just wrapped up episode 11 of The Farm Hand’s Companion Show with the latest installment of the pole barn series. How about a tin roof and some pine wood walls? Now we can let the wind blow and the rain fall (and feel better knowin’ my tools can stay dry).
Although it now looks more complete, the pole barn workshop will actually require a few finishing touches that I’ll show you later so be lookin’ for that down the road. (By the way, I’ve just begun writing a rough draft of a book that will give even more details—from start to finish—about building a pole barn. Not sure when that’ll become available for purchase; just wanted you to know it’s in the works and chuggin’ along, though.)
In a few days I’ll have a companion post (considered callin’ these “com-posts” but didn’t want to confuse anybody) which, as always, will contain a few more details on how the tin and walls went up. To look for it, keep checkin’ back here, or else subscribe to the email bulletins (over here to the right) and wait for the message I’ll send after it becomes viewable.
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