barn. Friday , March 31st , 2017 - 20:52:27 PM
Shelter from violent storms, hurricanes and tornadoes was not much of a consideration when I was a kid. During the war, some thought of bomb shelters because we had air raid wardens knocking on our doors saying that they could see light from inside that might lead a Japanese bomb crew to drop an egg our head. We were more concerned about a bomb being dropped from one of the balloons that the Japanese were sending across the Pacific and had killed a school teacher and some kids in Oregon. This news was hidden from America as not to cause panic, but we knew all about the balloons and what was going on.
Just like their owners, sheds come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Solutions range from the simple shed with four walls, a roof, and a door to more complex buildings like those that mimic the design of a home. When choosing a shed design, consider questions such as:
A good horse barn will always have a kick board round the perimeter of the stall. Kickboards are typically a minimum of 4' tall and made from 3/4", or thicker, oak boards. The kickboard helps keep the horse from damaging the walls of the horse barn and provides a semi smooth surface which helps keep the horse safe from getting cut on an un even wall surface. The top of the kick board should have a metal chew guard made from angle iron installed on it to keep the horse from chewing the top edge of the wood.
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