Sections were joined together fairly simply. The roof is bolted together in a similar way. The bottom tier at ground level was replaced by new treated four-by-fours.
Jim Lacey's set up to hoist and move the granary to a new foundation (note the L-braces).
New shingles in place. Panels from a neighbor filled in this opening.
The finished granary. With the “new” wood contributed by a neighbor, Jim built a door to the building that can’t be seen. “The idea is to put a small windmill up inside,” he says, “so when opening the door, it will be right there.”