Yesterday, my almost 8 yr old EE, June, laid her jumbo green egg for the first time in a long while. Okay, Lizzie, do the Walk of Shame, AGAIN! Still no egg from that girl.
If I wanted a bird who didn't lay until a year old, I'd have peafowl.
DH picking up another roll of the insulation today on the way back from picking up the CRV from the dealer. He has to pass a Lowe's anyway.
We had an idea about doing the floor. We may do it in pen units, like building a raised bed for each one, one at a time, putting bracing/joists and laying plywood on top, voila, instant pen floor. That way, the irregularities in the pad will be easier to deal with. And we can lay the plastic and anti-dig wire (just an extra layer of protection in addition to the concrete apron we poured around the perimeter) under each pen floor frame as we go. I hope this is clear. Seems like a manageable way to do it rather than try to do a 20x24 floor. Each unit could be bolted to the next if need be and some will share walls, of course.
Edited by speckledhen - 11/27/15 at 6:25am