Oh-that is too bad-maybe he will do that come spring? It is a crying shame to let a perfectly good barn go to waste-even a new metal one costs several thousand to put up.
It has been very hard, but the faster I sell this place, the better it will get-besides the broke-on-my-ass factor, the memories are literally in the very walls.
My landlord turned 73 and lost his investments so I think the barn is lost. We would have tried to do something with it but Hubby lost his job. Life is like that.