Terminology Question

   / Terminology Question #31  
Lol I think in my head a lot that my wife "may not be always right but she is never wrong". I guess I just need to be closer to the end of my life to say it to her lol.
Its one of those yes dear things...say what she wants to hear and call it what you want.
 
   / Terminology Question #32  
LD1,:)
So a diary barn, for milking cows, that has concrete for sanitary reasons is called a dairy garage? A dairy shop?
hugs, Brandi

Does it have overhead "garage" doors.

If NO, then I would call it a barn.

BUT IF it has all 3 (concrete, electric, AND overhead doors) then I would call it a garage with cows in it:thumbsup:
 
   / Terminology Question #33  
Does it have overhead "garage" doors.

If NO, then I would call it a barn.

BUT IF it has all 3 (concrete, electric, AND overhead doors) then I would call it a garage with cows in it:thumbsup:

Cowrage?

Oh wait, that could be pronounced to sound like an angry cow.
 
   / Terminology Question #34  
The definition is about the same for both.

The barn shed, otherwise known as a gambrel shed, could be one of the best designs for a storage house. It has two pitches on each side of its roof, giving it the barn-like appearance. The main difference between the gable shed and the gambrel shed is the roof. While it seems quite complicated to build, the barn shed is easy to do. In building this outdoor structure, you better not rush in doing the rafters. You need to see that they are uniform, and a good way of accomplishing this is to build an initial that may be used as a template for the others. When they are all the same, you would have a beautiful level roof for the barn shed.
 
   / Terminology Question #35  
When it comes to women, You can be right or you can be happy. You can not be both. I would call it a barn or a shop but does it really matter?
 
 
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