By the time we were finished putting all the tools away, we were famished and tired. Vick said she didn’t want to cook dinner after working on the building all afternoon and I agreed she had done more than enough for one day, so once we got the animals away for the evening; we took off for Catskill for dinner at the Ambrosia diner.
Lynda, our friend with the antique shop, lives only five miles away to the north of us and on the way to Catskill, she texted Vick to say she was getting a very severe thunder storm, with flash flood potential rain and heavy, dangerous lightning. Vick checked the radar and it was missing our place, so we continued on to dinner. It turns out that we got very little rain only five miles south of Lynda’s farm, although we could have sure used a bit more regular rain. The lake is still very, very low from lack of appreciable rain.
Below is a picture of the finished tractor shed shell (without roof) and I’m still admiring our finished barn.
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