I was very surprised one evening to receive a call-in which Glenn Shrader described his newest loft project, an idea that had originated with another Floridian, Mr. John Kale. John Kale I was to learn had acted as a mentor to Glenn, and both are great friends. Glenn faxed me the rough drawing that had been prepared by John in the dead of night when the idea came to him in his sleep. He got up and immediately drew what he had seen in his dream. Glenn took this idea and had Architect, Donald A. Crichlow of St. Augustine work up a proper drawing, called the “Shrader Aviary Plan and Elevation.”
The “Shrader Breeding Gazebo” can be used in both warm and cold climates. It allows you to have 10 individual breeding pens and all within a 3-foot radius. Ten individual breeding pens (each of which is 3X3X3 ft.) in a very attractive and convenient structure. This would sure make life easier for all of us. I intend to build this “Shrader Breeding Gazebo” for myself this year. I know it would really make my life a lot easier and more enjoyable. Who knows I might even have it finished in time for Glenn’s next visit to me in Canada this summer?