Lakota…stall under construction

"Stall-side supervisor" seems happy with the progress of his home.

“Stall-side supervisor” seems happy with the progress of his home.

House construction is taking a bit longer than planned. Hiccup involves requiring a few layers of paint to get the texture of the wood. Sometimes I can paint over a layer when it just starts to get “sticky-dry”, but there’s one section where I’m having to wait a day or so in order not to pull up the layers underneath.

We’re in the home stretch, though.

About Alli Farkas

Equine and landscape artist specializing in rural Americana
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5 Responses to Lakota…stall under construction

  1. laura geneve says:

    Looking great Alli. You do what you have to do.

    Laura ​

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  2. Nancy Powers says:

    Super work on that stall and it’s coming along so beautifully! It’s such a learning experience sometimes! I know just from the little bit I do with Tuck.

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