So, we are moving into a new rental in April. We are supposed to sign a lease this coming Sat. The property is really what we are looking for. It's in a mild weathered location - almost no snow. It not too humid considering it's near Sacramento. And it's got dozens of pine and oak trees, so very shaded with lots of munchies for the goats. It's also well fenced in no-climb 5 foot. BUT...no barn...So, the owner says he might want to build a barn. But he could just be saying that to get us to sign a lease. Ever doubtful I am I've started to try to find a way to do something temporary. It needs to be sturdy and functional, but ultimately removable so we can take it with us when we move. Here's what I'm thinking...getting a mare motel...like this one: http://www.fcpbuildings.com/w2/wp-conte ... ery/10.jpg More pictures of mare motels: http://www.highdesertbarns.com/maremotel.htm So...here's where I need help...if I buy a basic kit which just has the roof, and panels for dividers...how could I enclose this? Ideally I'd like to make it similar to a real barn in that I would want to enclose the sides and ends, put a door at one end of the isle/breezeway, and then put wood in between each stall somehow attached to the panels so that the barn would be at least partially insulated. It won't get very cold where we are, but it'll get warm! I already have a water cooler I can install that will keep the inside around 75 degrees. Any ideas on how to do all of this? How to enclose it, and what materials to use? How to attach the wood to the metal panels that are used to divide the stalls? This is going to be a big project both to put up and take down, then put back up wherever we move. But if inbetween all the work I have a functioning barn then so be it! Thanks for any and all help and suggestions!!