Well, not too much progress on the barn yet. The windows, especially the ones in the back, are going to need a lot of TLC. The wood underneath it and some above it is rotten, so we will need to replace the windows and windowsills completely. That is why we are planning on putting less, but larger windows in, that my dad saved from a job of his.
The lady who was going to put horses on our property decided not to, her son got in a bad car accident, so she didn't have time to fence in the pasture. Instead she put them on a neighbors already fenced in pasture.
However, our pasture is growing beautiful grass! It's a bit swampy in places, but we assume that will go away a bit by summer. I'll have to get pictures later!
Intermediate Rider~Learning Equitation and English Pleasure~Interested in Eventing
A horse will tell you everything you need to know about him, if you listen.