It's really starting to take shape. No more "Post Henge".
Brian has the skeleton of the roof up and one side covered in native wood siding. The logs you can see in the foreground will become the balance of the siding and the dividers for stalls and a feed/tack room. These logs are salvaged from trees the "near miss" tornado took down last summer.
Now it just has to quit snowing so the sawmill guys can get in and out with the logs/lumber. The perfect day would be cold, no snow with the ground frozen so their big truck won't sink and make ruts. The weather man says that probably won't happen this week, but he's never right. So here's hoping and praying for perfect "logging" weather.