I did it! I finished all the fencing I was supposed to do this year. The barn lot is totally enclosed by sheep wire. I should probably hang a small board under one of the gates so the sheep don't crawl under it, but that doesn't count since the sheep are staying in the barn lot currently. Zeke (new puppy we just got on Saturday, border collie) and I spent half a day finishing the fence. Zeke does not care for the horses. He hid under the pickup when they came over. I had some scratches on the hood of my pickup, the curved edges at the sides of the hood that I thought were from the dog trying to scramble up onto the hood in a storm over the summer. Imagine my surprise today when I caught the horses dragging their teeth on the curve and trying to bite the hood. They took paint off with their teeth! I had to chase them off repeatedly. This did make Zeke happy, he kept wanting to bark at them. He ignored the sheep and chickens today when we were outside.
I went to the far end of the farm and managed to get the old gate up so no one can drive into the CRP and park and party. Trash was accumulating at the far end of the farm due to no visibility from the houses. It looks like my mother-in-law may not lease out the pasture next year. So I now have a whole new chunk of fencing to repair and weeds to spray and mow. It is going to be a busy next year.
I called the insurance company today and the adjuster told me to just go to the shop and get a quote. The shop is a preferred provider so they can just fix it. I will do that tomorrow. I also picked up the lumber for the light access panel in the upstairs bathroom today, $20 worth of lumber for the whole thing. I will start framing it tomorrow.