But it actually looks like a BARN. It has structure and everything. Little M and Artichect J put up the first roof truss, which really makes it look... barn-some. (I know no terminology at all - you'll have to look elsewhere for knowledge).
|Putting up the first truss|
|... and up...|
|And it's up!|
Definitely looks barn-y!
The sheep still wanted to get in on the action.
|Playing with the shingles...|
|... and on the wood...|
|and asking for milk. Again.|
Here's another tea break. They're very necessary for builders. It's at least one cake and about three tea pots/cafeterias per break. The purpose of non-builders is purely to cater for builders. Sexism abound! (Although little M is bucking the trend - go little M!)
And E having a brief moment of glory on the roof - good for reading and posing until they needed the palette for real 'builder-y' things.
The sheep decided it was very hard work watching the shed being built: relaxing necessary.
From my untrained eye, building appears to involve a lot of pointing.
Lots of things going on, growing and looking more building like...
|That's a serious mallet. I think the mallet was called Jamie.|
|I thought their screws were quite pretty. That's probably|
not allowed in builder-speak.