The last two days have been dry and sunny -- perfect for doing some of the physical labor that needed to be done near the rebuilt old goose house. So, I cut down junk trees and hauled them into a big pile. I also helped my husband with the repairs by climbing up on a ladder and lifting the long boards up to the top of the outside wall.
We can see our progress. In fact, I'm thinking that this is getting to be too grand for a goose house. It may just turn out to be the second goat maternity barn. Building a new barn would have been an expensive proposition, but re-using an existing structure makes sense.
There is a small shed nearby and with pond access that I've been eyeing. It wouldn't take much to convert it into a spiffy goose house for the second flock. We'd need to put hardware cloth over any open areas at the roofline and make a small door with a ramp. That's not really all that complicated. The chickens would sure be relieved to have those water loving pals out of their nice, dry chicken house. The geese would sure love to once again have access to the second pond!
Now, the wind is howling and dark clouds fill the sky. It'll rain soon, so we'll switch gears and do some inside work for awhile.