Goats, Llamas, and Ostriches.
It's more civilized than camping, and will be our little 'get away' spot.
Plus plenty of exposed joists. . .
Anyway, Jen's checking out this website with barn plans, and there's this little blurb about how they can reconfigure the plans to suit ostriches or llamas or what ever you want.
We decided that we aren't going to buy llamas, ever, and that while I might be amused by owning an ostrich, it wasn't a good idea. So Jen sends me this link to this site about a "fainting" goat breed. . . While I'm frantically googling to find info about Byzantine barns.
She's wierd, but I wouldn't have her any other way.