Thought this was neat and you might enjoy if I shared it. The scan didn’t pick up the graph paper’s details very well, so I added a few labels in paint.
I volunteered to be party foreman for the restoration of the abandoned sugar cane plantation we’re rebuilding. Anyone who actually knows a thing or two about planning farms could probably point out why this is terribad, but it’s probably good enough for D&D.
Phase 1: Set up temp barracks (10 x 20), warehouse (40 x 40), tool shed (10×10), and 4 temporary long houses (20 x 30 each).
Phase 2: construct three 10×10 wooden guard towers (fairly simple ones, covered platforms 12′ off the ground).
Phase 3: Repair the Old House
Phase 4: Distillery (40 x 30), 2 small warehouses (30 x 30), small stable (30 x 30)
Phase 5: Introduce farm workers to begin working fields. Build two small cart bridges over the spring stream. (20’ x 10)
Phase 6: Begin work on palisade; Palisade Phase 1: 2070’ of walls. two 20’ gates. Six 30×30 guard towers. Four 10 x 10 gate towers.
Phase 6: Build additional housing (five more 20 x 30 long houses) and 30 x 40 for special personnel; SW old Guard Tower dismantled; E Guard tower moved to center of east palisade wall.
Phase 7: Expand warehouses (40 x 40 to 100 x 40, 30 x 30s to 40 x 50 and 50 x 60)
Phase 8: Expand distillery to 40’ x 80’, expand stable to 30’ x 60’. Build 90’ privacy fence between old house and distillery for Namia.
Phase 9: Extend palisade north and east to free up more arable land.
Phase 10: clear and cultivate additional acreage.
Our DM will be tallying up construction expenses. We’re going to have our work cut out for us looking for a way to pay for all of this.
Update: here’s a better quality scan.