After a six hour ride we finally made it to Clemson! Friday morning we woke got started early and finished the day strong. We managed to unload the kitchen in Greenville at Mill Village Farms, make it back to Clemson to deconstruct the utility shed, and even deliver the majority of pieces of the utility shed to Greenville. During our trip from Charleston we had to readjust a couple of times, but once we had the weight distributed correctly on the trailer it was smooth sailing to Greenville. On Friday night a few of us met with Dan who is the Executive Director of Mill Village Farms and talked about the people who would be using Cropstop 2.0. to find out more about Mill Village Farms click here.
Looking back on the deconstruction of the utility shed, the experience gained from disassembleing the kitchen section really gave us advantage when taking down the utility shed. As final reviews were going on inside Lee III we had a 30 minute window to make noise, and we disassembled the entire building except for 3 piece in that time frame! I want to give a big shout out to our team for what we accomplished Friday we stuck with it and finished up quickly!