I like to tell people that I use building plans for 'inspiration'. That usually can get me off the hook for having to explain why nothing I build looks anything like it was supposed to. I have the will, most of the tools, but none of the expertise. Yet, again, that has not stopped me. Of course, after you've seen some of my building projects, you might think it ought to have stopped me. I tend to be a real scavenger and have (neat) piles of lumber and building materials that I've pulled out of burn piles, dumpsters, curbside trash piles, you name it. It got so bad that my farmer neighbor started checking with me before dumping things in the burn pile. Wait - that's good, isn't it?
Today's offering is: How to Build Animal Housing, by Carol Ekarius.
Topic for today's comment: What livestock would you really, truly LOVE to have if money, time and acreage were not issues? I would have an emu farm. I ruv them.
(Comment by midnight tonight to be eligible for the drawing. Sorry, shipment of the book is limited to the US.)
Congratulations to the winner of the Day #5 giveaway (drumroll): Kim!! Please send your mailing information to me at swomersley at gmail dot com. (All information I receive stays with me and is strictly confidential.)