Part two - Secondly we decided to whitewash... What you need:
A paint brush.
Water (preferably warm).
Whitewash itself (hydrated lime).
2 cups of salt.
1. Combine the water, whitewash and salt in a bucket and mix well. (We used a whisk)
2. You know it's right when it is like a pancake batter consistency. If it's not, just add more water or more whitewash.
3. Grab your paintbrush and apply the mixture to the surface of your chicken coop.
4. Let it dry... be warned you might think you did a pathetic job before it dries as it will just look like a dirty see thru stuff. But when it dries... wow! It's white! Quite white! You'll come back in a few hours and need sunglasses.
In our own coop it was usually rather dark for collecting the eggs, but since painting it, it looks amazing and is a lot lighter in there!
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Friday night with @djsherock
🎵 The cocktails are flowing at Firefly! 🥃✨
When you get to visit your favorite bartender in Breck ....4 years straight. Love this guy!
A really interesting drink from my trip to San Francisco. The old fashioned @trounormand
is made with cognac and two kinds of bitters. Incredibly subtle and unique.
Tonight’s cocktail experiment: bacon-washed whisky. Yes, it tastes exactly as good as it sounds.