Due to the door frame (and whole barn, really) being crooked, we had to build the doors leaving about a half inch or more crack where they meet. The wind gets in there and blows the doors open, regardless of the latches. We'll be putting a board on the back of one door that juts out to fill in that space from behind. Once those things are done, I'll post one final post to show those details for anyone wanting to build as set of doors like these.
Not relating to the door, but exciting just the same, we also got the front/side fence stained on Saturday!! I ran the spray gun (my first time using stain in the gun but NOT my last!!) and Ryan came behind me with a brush to brush the stain into the grain and prevent any possible runs. We got that fence done in no time! Did I say I love my spray gun??!!
The fence is only a year or two old but still, it had to be scrubbed clean beforehand and let dry a few days. Ryan did it for me Wednesday. 'Grey wood' doesn't take long to form, which is dead wood, so it has to be removed before staining. Otherwise, the stain will fail within a year (peel). I used the same stain as when I did the shutters.