|Inside my barn, looking at both stalls. I intend to leave this whole area open to them, but it's not really designed to be used that way. So, I'm trying to make it safe.|
I've been waiting for the FedEx guy all day, and he finally came! In 20 minutes, I had the last 15 feet of poly tape up and had walked the whole fenceline, checking and tightening. The top and middle line are connected to the fencer, and when I plug it in, it clicks! Hopefully that means it's all nice and hot. So, the major component of the horses-at-home project is complete - I have an enclosed pasture.
|The whole fence is complete.|
|The bottom plate which holds the stall doors when they're closed.|
I still need to get their water set up, and sweep all the cobwebs and spiders (eww!) out of the nooks, crannies, and corners of the barn. And, of course, my list of things to get for the barn grows and grows! Mostly, though, I just can't wait for tomorrow!!!
|Interior of one of the stalls. They have crank windows on the back, protected by bars, so I'll be able to have cross-ventilation in the summer.|