[ This post is mostly photos with captions. ]
MONDAY 20 February
The barn as seen from the southeast. The trench with the conduit for the service conductors still needs to be completely filled in. The green(ish) bags along the edge of the driveway are top soil.
Although we were still involved in final packing decisions for our cruise, it was a reasonably nice day, weather-wise, so I took a few more photos of the new barn doors and the daytime light levels in the barn with the doors closed. We zoomed with Paul and Nancy at 5:30 PM, to compare notes and see if there was anything any of us had forgotten to pack for our upcoming cruise.
The inside front half of the barn, with the doors closed, as seen from the landing at the top of the stairs to the storeroom. The 12,000 Lumen ceiling light and the light over the entry door are both turned on. The bottom seals on the roll-up doors are slightly off the concrete to allow them to relax and expand.
The large/west RV bay as seen from near its roll-up door. All of the doors are closed. The 12,000 Lumen ceiling light and the light over the entry door are both turned on.
The small/east RV bay as seen from near the entry door. All of the doors are closed. The 12,000 Lumen ceiling light and the light over the entry door are both turned on.
The Barrina 2’ integrated LED strip light under the stairs is turned on. In general, the light levels were adequate with this minimal amount of lighting supplementing the daylight coming in through the windows and sun tunnels. With RVs in the two bays, however, additional lighting will be needed.