6 donkeys, 2 ponies, 3 horses, and a llama in BC

Hello!

As you can see we have a sweet little collection of your books going.  In the back of Small Homes, Lloyd mentions what would be the next book.  All of them sound great, but BARNS would be what we would like to see.  We have 6 donkeys, 2 ponies, 3 horses, and a llama and I would like nothing better than to live in a barn with them and have my art studio!  So our vote goes to writing a book on BARNS!  We also have a 1200 acre woodlot with old growth Doug fir, a Woodmizer sawmill, a Nile kiln, and a Logosol planer, so we could make a marvelous barn with some great ideas coming from a BARN book of yours! 

Howard and Beatrix Linde

Williams Lake, BC

Canada

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One Response to 6 donkeys, 2 ponies, 3 horses, and a llama in BC

  1. Anonymous says:

    so…
    you are planning a book on barns?

    I think that would be great.

    I have watched a number of "moving to the country" shows, located in England, and am shocked at the number of "converted barns". Near as I can figure, these "barns" must have been original to HUGE estates..As many of them are HUGE (the barns)…

    I suspect it has not caught on in North America (converting barns to living quarters)?

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