i think he was actually after the tree shade during the summer when it was
first moved there. also winds can get up there. he possibly could tow it
though with his truck coz the meadow is flat. I’ve seen quadbikes tow some
massive weights on the flat.
Troy, sad to say, but without supplemental heat on your porch, there won’t
be much, if anything you can grow during winter months. Much further south
than you are. When I was growing plants yr round in my greenhouse, had to
heat at night in winter. And during cloudy days when highs around freezing.
Used a vented kerosene heater. Cost as much to heat as my home. Had to quit
when fuel prices soared in early 1980’s. Lost all the plants that I
couldn’t give away before tempts in the teens arrived.
Yes Troy’ “Chooks” mean chickens…. we have taught u that already, now ur
punishment is to write out 100 lines on the chalkboard, “I must remember
what chooks are, them damn aussies” starting from now!!!
Barrel stove will require a much larger space than what Troy has now to use
it, even with a 35 gal drum. Haven’t looked up the specs. But, suspect the
space needed, at minimum would be twice, as large, if not more, than his
current heat shed. He still has the option of building a larger shed,
against the rear of the RV & existing shed to contain the barrel stove.
Using the bathroom window and back access panel to transfer heat into the
RV. Enter through doorway between existing shed & new one.
it ain’t bad the old fibreglass. got a bit of brittle stuff myself on the
verandah but it hasn’t broke yet. used to put new ones on pergolas and
verandahs when i worked in building. if you stand on them you go straight
thru. more expensive than plastic but they dissipate the light properly.
whereas plastic besides a steel sheet is full brightness, then complete