Here's the barn that is being converted to our workshop.
Here's the interior when we purchased the place.
And here's the interior currently with stalls down.
When he awoke Friday morning, he took his cup of coffee and went outside to enjoy the cool morning air, and survey his new empire. To his astonishment, a large section of the landscape fabric we had laid the week before, complete with rocks around the perimeter to anchor it against wind, had been pulled up and bunched into a perfect little nest! In the center of the next, there had been a small hollow dug, and the fabric was gathered around the hole.
This is the way the landscape fabric was left last weekend.
And here's a couple of pictures of the little nest!
Jenn and I put it all back together again, when we were bark mulching but this area of landscape fabric is still exposed, because we are going to cover it with driveway material when we bring that in, as it will be a little parking spot. So, I hope the critter, whatever it was, doesn't do this again, as now the edges are buried under the bark mulch we laid down. Since we hear coyotes yipping and howling most nights, it's likely that is what bedded down here.
I went out to the barn late in the day on Sunday to call Chuckles in for a piece of .... blueberry pie, and he snapped this photo of me with the disassembled stall front walls. That's about the extent of my help with the barn reno so far!