Hoophouse Project 101

Third in a series of posts on our adventures of building a hoophouse on the farm.

Hoophouse on a trailer.
Hoophouse on a trailer.

Picking up the hoophouse order was delayed by a week due to the great snow storm of February 2014 that dumped 15 inches of beauty on the farm.  Even after the country road we live on had cleared it took another 2 days before we could get our flatbed trailer out the driveway. Snow is beautiful… the melt off not so much.

The hoophouse kit parts are still on the flatbed trailer, but now at least they are at the farm.  We are awaiting a series of dry days to start the building process.  So far Mother Nature is failing to cooperate with the best laid plan. Meanwhile the plan of attack has been honed to perfection, the instructions have been read and almost understood, the builders are ready, the tools are ready, the site is muddy & the rain keeps falling.  We will return to this fine compelling story once we get some cooperation from the weather and we actually have something to take a picture of!

Thanks for visiting & please come back!

Parts & Pieces.
Parts & Pieces.
More Parts & Pieces.
More Parts & Pieces.
Instructions on a Box.
Instructions on a Box.
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