Homestead Collective Photo Gallery

The lean-to is to be built off the back of an existing building. View from the short side of the lean-to: the site has been cleared and the four-by-four support posts have been cut to length, sunk in 18-inch-deep, 12-inch diameter holes, concreted in place, levelled and temporarily secured while the concrete sets. The three front posts will form the shorter outside wall and will support the header on which the lower edge of the roof will rest; note that the leftmost of these three posts was inadventently cut long and had to be cut shorter once in place. The fourth post (back left) will form the back wall and will help support the roof at its midpoint.

This site is a collection of photographs of our animals and our various projects. It was built to provide an easy way for us to share these pictures with family and friends, but it also serves as a photographic history of our endeavors. Images have been divided into categories to make them easier to browse, and are generally in chronological order within categories.

Chickens  |  Chicken Plucker  |  Easy Lean-to  |  Gamebirds  |  Goats  |  Goatbarn  |  Pets  |  Plants 

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Last updated 11 December 2019.
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