Actually, it's just a photo of another cool building that called to me while we were visting friends on Bainbridge Island, Washington. Located in Winslow, which is "town" in this very rural part of the world, this building dates to 18-something and was once a root cellar. But it could be anything you want and the textures of the stone and aged clapboard are great. The structure measures 12 feet across the front, is about 16 feet deep (I didn't measure that side)and stands about 14 feet high at the peak. The front door is 30 x 76 inches, measured inside the frame, which is made of 2 x 8s. The top door is 53 x 32-inches. Looks like a fun build.