I only got a few pictures yesterday and I didn't have a chance to get any today. I'm off tomorrow so I'll get some more. Here are the ones I took yesterday.
The arrow shows where the rail road cross tie on the right is supposed to be sitting on top of the left one. The left circle shows the gap where the barn used to sit flat on the tie. The circle on the right shows where it moved and is now sitting against the tree. You may have to click to enlarge the image.
A view from the front showing where the tie moved. It's supposed to be sitting on top of the one on the left because of the slope.
The bottom line shows where the cross ties are supposed to be sitting (where the gravel ends) and the second line shows where the cross ties are sitting now.
This shows where the trim has come loose and the arrow shows the gap between the cross ties. They were sitting end to end.
My feed shed hanging in a tree and sitting on my fence (which means the whole thing will have to be restretched). On the left you can see where the roof to the hen house has pulled back and is laying on the fence. My tack cabinet is laying on it's side. The feed barrels were knocked over. All of the food was soaked and ruined in the rain. The fence I made out of the round pen panels that goes down the hill also was twisted and torqued. I don't know if any of the panels are ruined, but the pins that hold them together are definitely ruined.
It's all thoroughly depressing. We have good coverage of our outbuildings so we should get enough money to rebuild them, but I have no idea how long it will take. We usually do all of our work ourselves and with my husband hurt that may mean I'm without a feed shed for a good long time. :( I can fix the chicken coop at least. Our neighbor has offered to use his tractor to try to push the horse barn back together. I don't know. I was in shock all day yesterday. I don't even really remember any details about work yesterday. Anyway I'll take more pictures tomorrow and keep you all updated on our progress.