Work continued on the new shed early this week.
Eventually the wind made it impossible to continue construction. We had three days and nights of high wind and heat over 80 degrees Fahrenheit during the day, cooling only to about 60 at night. That is extreme, especially in October when a warm day is normally in the mid 60's.
We learned things are tight enough to withstand wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour on our new building.
Even that wind did not give us a view of the sky through the roof. Everything held together.
But it needs work on the other end.
Although there are sharp, unfinished corners.
There are straight lines
And combines parked inside at night with their headers on. It's a time saver that we already appreciate in GriggsDakota.