Those who regularly follow Country Captures will recall a series of post last year showing the repairs to the inside of our barn. This year the focus would be on the front.
The weatherboarding remained in decent shape however the sliding doors were badly rotted.
I decided that the best approach would be to build new doors, install new door track, and face the barn with metal siding.
The metal siding changed the appearance of the old structure considerably.
One cannot forget the garden during the month of August with so much good stuff ripening and maturing. The red beets did very well this year.
When all was done on beet canning day we had pickled 49 quarts.