Above is my so-called "sports utility bicycle", strapped to it's side is one of those plastic boxes used to transport dogs on airplanes. I'm taking it to the office so I can bring a dog with me to work every now and then. I have my own office with a proper door and everything, so I don't really need an extra enclosure, but it took up space at home and might provide some sense of security for a four-legged, furry office temp.
I've also finally inserted some windows on the north side of my doggy kitchen. I liberated these from an office I rented four years ago, the place was going to be torn down anyway. Still have heaps of them lying around. While the Lord may work in wondrous ways, I work in very, very slow ones and I spent years before I finally recaulked, stripped and painted four of them to put up here.
Putting up a whole bunch of windows on the north side of any structure rarely make a lot of sense in this hemisphere, but I hadn't thought this part out too cleverly when I built the thing.
A large part of the materials for the whole dog pen and doggy kitchen started out as a bike shed at a place I lived five years ago. After I dismantled the shed, the materials had a brief intermezzo as a rain-proof scene for musicians at some friends' wedding, before that was taken apart (even the nails were salvaged this time!), dragged up to my cabin and given a new lease on life as a place to keep dogs and kibble.
That's a whole lot of carrying. I try to think of it as a free upper body work-out.