A video for my Auntie D who’s asked to see the Thunderbirds trencher in action…
… quite a machine, isn’t it? Although it was at this point that it suffered a setback tussle with the farm’s buried history.
Maybe it tumbled across the brick and flint of an old farm building, or the remains of a WWII runway.
No matter, it was soon repaired and back in action.
Just-in-time windows, insulation… and snow!
A huge sigh of relief that the windows fitted and, we think, look great.
We’ve got doors AND keys to get in now!
So we’re snug and watertight, just ahead of the snow which fell prettily, hiding the mud and rubble of our building site. A perfect photo opportunity.
Time to get indoors
There’s a mountain of rock wool to be squeezed in the walls. Not the nicest of jobs (sorry team). This stuff is ITCHY!
Insulating sheets to hold that in place…
… and, finally, plasterboard – we’ve got a room!
Those pesky stairs
Caught between eye-watering quotes and rein-it-in compromise, we may, at last, have found a solution to our staircase dilemma…
The Farmer and The Engineer are building them!
I have been warned that they might be more, how can I put it, agricultural than I’d pictured. Maybe we’ll set a new trend in interior design 🙂
Work in progress – watch this space and have yourselves a wonderful Christmas!
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Great blog post! You seem to be making progress on your lovely barn in so many directions at once. Impressive. Lovely photographs too.