I notice now that while focusing towards the family
I ended up with the barn and fireplace at a slant.
While in Sequim, WA, my son took us by a co-worker's new home and barn where they plan to have a small organic farm. The building came made to order and cranes put it into place. It's huge inside with a high pointed ceiling. In fact, there is room for a fine loft if they ever want one in the future. On each side are three wonderful windows for light and across the front three very large doors which work off of chain pulleys. When we sent inside, the last one in failed to shut the side door, and a little bird flew inside. BIG PROBLEM. We had a heck of a time getting it out, but after much effort it flew out the middle front door. They are nesting in the eaves so I have a hunch there's going to be more episodes of them sneaking in.
This post is linked with Tricia's Barn Charm.