This whole process was started last fall. It involved working with our electric company to move some electric lines, working with an excavator to prepare the area (he will also be coming back out this spring to finish our driveway after concrete trucks have been here), and picking the right crew to do the job. Just after New Years our pole barn was started. It has been fun to watch the progress. It is done now, we are just waiting on the garage doors to be put up and concrete to be poured. Concrete may or may not get poured soon...it is a weather dependent thing and the weather doesn't cooperate where we live. So today I am sharing part of the pictures with you and next week I will share the rest.
|Our electric company working to switch the electric for the pole barn.|
|They also replaced an old pole while they were here.|
|Pole barn supplies being delivered. This driver backed this big trailer down our very narrow drive. You can see the neighbor's property in front of us. It is believed to be the original farmhouse to our barn we live in.|
|Here is what the supplies looked like on the day the crew started. It was frigid, the coldest day we have had so far this year.|
|This is the site where our pole barn will be placed.|
|End of work on day 1.|
|The beginning of day 2. Excuse the picture of my window screen...it was way too to go out for pictures.|
|I would never be able to sit up on the beams like that.|
|This is at the end of day 2.|
|This was on day 3. They worked hard and fast especially since it was so frigid. Don't worry I kept coffee on for them any time they wanted it.|
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