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Click here to read about the "Move the Shed" event that brought The Bunkhouse to its new home at Farmhouse Life. 

THE BUNKHOUSE STORY

The Bunkhouse before its make-over

Cousins stand in the doorway.
Pictured left to right:
Brooke and Bailey Roecker, Jacob Wilbeck.











The Salvaged Door

Our neighbors, Mary Ann and Paul Miller, told Kevin that he was welcome to salvage anything from their house, before it was torn down.  He saw this door and couldn't refuse!  It's now the front door in The Bunkhouse.


















The Paint Test

Before completely painting the building, we tested our colors to make sure they worked together.

Chris OK'd the "test," so onward!









Special Details

Kevin also used molding salvaged from the Miller's house.  This shows the painted carved detail in the corner pieces of the windows.










Original Windows

The now-yellow windows were original to the shed.












Before the Move - Front View

The Bunkhouse exterior, complete with red flower box, is ready for its move to Camp Coyote.  There, the interior will be finished and flowers planted for the final touch. 












Before the Move - Rear View

The short roof over the windows was added to keep the rain out, so guests could enjoy a breezy sleep while listening to raindrops fall.









Click here to read about the "Move the Shed" event that brought The Bunkhouse to its new home at Farmhouse Life. 


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