Several years ago our original greenhouse was destroyed by a tornado and I have wanted to either rebuild it or build another. The old greenhouse is still sitting in a pile of rubble out behind a barn. The weeds and brush completely hide the pile of junk. I have wanted to make a new smaller one closer to the house for convenience. Something got me motivated last week and I jumped into my new little project with both feet. #1 This is the south side of a tool shed and it gets direct sunlight all winter and summer. So this is the place. The smaller lean-to on the left with the two windows is the rabbit shed where I usually have 3 does and 1 buck plus two grow-out cages for the young'uns. You can see one of my cold frames. I had better move it or I'll surely step into it. #2 An old red oak stump that has been growing there since somewhere around 1981. The tornado that wiped out the old greenhouse also took the upper 3/4 of this oak tree. I had been using it for a table where I process the rabbits for the freezer or diner table. I had to cut the left side of the stump away to make room for the greenhouse wall. #3 A 2"x8" treated lumber foundation is in place. There are 10 treated 2"x4" stakes driven into the ground around the inside of the foundation boards to hold them in place and to level the frame. #4 Some framing completed. #5 Framing completed and some clear plastic panels installed. #6 Exterior completed except for a galvanized steel flashing at the roof/wall juncture. I plan to fill the foundation with straw so I don't have to work in the mud. I also have some work to do on the ends above the doors for ventilation windows. Whacha think so far?