New Equipment Barn

If I knew how to do a time lapse video I would. I want to show you our equipment barn going up in a matter of hours.

The truck arrived at 8:12 and the 3 man crew set to work immediately.






At 1:00 the foreman called me over and says, “You have some very big snakes here. Very big!” I asked him where they saw a snake. He says, “She was coming right me so I killed it with a shovel.” This is the snake. It is a relatively small black snake. It would not have hurt them. It did scare the crap out of them.



By 3:00 I was signing off on the work order and they pulled out of here with a wave.

7 Responses to “New Equipment Barn”

  • the bee says:

    Nice ! What will go inside ?

  • Rebecca says:

    That’s a nice barn. What a fast job. And that poor snake. Men are so funny.

  • Carolyn says:

    looks great! That snake is huge……but I hate snakes!!

  • Amanda says:

    I hate snakes, but I go out of my way to keep them alive (unless they’re rattlers, then I hack their heads off!) as they keep the rodent population down. nice barn! it’s amazing how quickly they can put them up.

  • sheree says:

    Poor guy! That is soooo funny about the snake (not that itbdied but that the guy was scared enough to kill it) and its fabulous that they got it up in just a matter of hours!

  • Joy Kennedy-Hughes says:

    Very nice barn. I agree, black snakes are helpful to the land. I agree with your friend, Amanda – they keep the rodent population down.

  • Miz S says:

    I HATE it when people kill harmless snakes.

    Oh yeah, nice barn!

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