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Moving a building usually means moving it to one side or another in a straight line, or putting it on a flat bed and hauling it away. In my case, though, it wasn't quite that easy; I wanted to spin an outbuilding about 180 degrees, then move it sideways about 20 feet to connect it to the main house. This would not only enlarge the house, but would also make way for the impending septic system. The stick-frame outbuilding in question was approximately 20 feet square, resting on a dry-laid stone foundation. The floor plan and the layout of the windows and doors made it necessary to rotate the outbuilding one-half turn before moving it sideways to connect it