Hope’s House of Cheese
Sometimes we get product from the local cheese makers. It may be out of date or in some cases it is a batch that froze in transit like this one. These small containers are a bit of a bother to deal with but for the high feed value and being free they are worth it. I actually bought our tractor forks specifically to unload one batch like this years ago. A free 40′ long truck full of food was worth the one grand that the forks cost. Since then we’ve been able to unload many other trucks of various things from other food stuffs to seed and more.
Inside the House of Cheese
When I set the pallets down from the truck I arranged them so there was open space between the pallets. Our sons Will and Ben covered the pallets with forms, from the butcher shop construction, and then with a tarp. We added a bit of hay for a floor. This makes a cozy home which Hope is showing off in the picture above. The dogs love going in there too.
Outdoors: 37°F/21°F Mostly Sunny
Tiny Cottage: 68°F/65°F
Daily Spark: Dream small and you will achieve. -Ben