A lot going on here.
Cracked foundation (repaired)
Old, rotted wooden barn sliding door visible on lower left (one of 2). Not an option to rehab as they are on the eave side of the buidling, no header, 80% of the length of the building, never seal and let a great deal of cold air inside.
3” crushed limestone over the compacted soil base, after the tree roots which cracked and heaved the original floor were removed.
Part of the plastic vapor barrier which is laid under the temporary OSB floor.
The lolly gag support, encased in ply. This was placed after I removed the sole supporting structure on this entire wall, a simple 4×4 post. However, the bottom 3” of the post had rotted away, so there was NO support at all. Causing the roof to sag in the middle.
You can also see the wooden bridge which has been spanning my “Moat” for the last several months.
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