Our son-in-law works for a lumber company. Recently one of their suppliers double-shipped an order of custom-cut metal the same type and color as Cliff's shop. The stack of barn tin laid around the lumber yard in the way for a long time, until finally Kevin talked them into letting him get it out of their way. It would have been over $800, if we'd had to buy it. But we got it free, thanks to our son-in-law!
Since it matches the shop, Cliff is going to add a wing onto the north side of his shop where he can store the steel he's saved up for projects, and also park a couple of tractors. This will give us more room in the barn for hay, and free up some space in the shop.
After checking his stores of lumber, Cliff found out there isn't much he'll have to buy, except the poles. I imagine we'll get those this weekend, since he already has the holes dug for them.
Can you see those little metal rods sticking in the holes? That's where the poles will go.