I’ve been imagining how I can fix up my she shed. I’ve used fencing wood to finish the inside walls. This isn’t exactly where everything will be placed. I’m just playing around.
One wall before:
The overhang will be different, and mine has double doors. The trees aren’t the same and I don’t have a real cow, but the neighbors who live behind my she shed have a pig and a bulldog who are best friends.
I couldn’t get a picture of them together today.
If you put in air conditioning first, then leave a pie or cupcakes or pastry out, you can get it done faster, I think. (Did you get a good rate on the shed mortgage?)
So far, it’s been out of pocket, but if I have to provide cakes and pies, I’ll have to look into financing.
Can’t wait! Guess we have to “take a number” to visit? I know it will be darling!
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We looked at some old fencing wood today. We’re going to measure in the morning. It will be a while before Kip gets to it!
Your sheshed certainly has potential!! With your imagination, it will look great. Can’t wait to see what you come up with.
Thanks 07. Waiting for it to cool down before production can start!