Today the Rain Roof gets REPURPOSED as a new multipurpose structure. It will serve as a hay barn, rain roof, shade structure, goat milking parlor and/or possibly a birthing area or buck enclosure. Who knows!?
In the video I’ll use some more ‘redneck engineering’ to hoist the old rain roof up onto some posts, frame new walls and enclose it with metal roofing and trim. Stay tuned for the next part where this will be developed further for the hay storage, rainwater harvesting and whatever else comes to mind;)
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