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Old 09-05-2016, 02:38 PM   #1
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It sure looks like it will get the job done
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Very nice! Looks like you've got room to stack 'em.

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So.....is the material for the rest of the walls coming next week?
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So.....is the material for the rest of the walls coming next week?
Nope. Two reasons for the partial shelter.

1. High winds. Partially open, like most pole barns, the wind blows through. Closed, roofs go flying.

2. Property taxes. As it is, it is a pole barn. If any wall touches the ground, tax authorities consider it an additional dwelling.
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Why so tall?
Space limitations dictated the steep approach. In order for the AC to clear at the break-over point, we had to try to remember some of the geometry we learned in the `60's.
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Nope. Two reasons for the partial shelter.

1. High winds. Partially open, like most pole barns, the wind blows through. Closed, roofs go flying.

2. Property taxes. As it is, it is a pole barn. If any wall touches the ground, tax authorities consider it an additional dwelling.
another sneaky tax law. Who are these people taking our money by deception?
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