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Growster...

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Re: I'm a shedless wonder
« Reply #30 on: November 05, 2017, 12:23 »
Excellent news!

November is definitely 'shed' weather, when the grass rakes are at last nailed to the floor, and the mower whimpers for the last time before a satisfying draft of WD40...

I give you seven weeks before there's no room in it for anything else!

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Re: I'm a shedless wonder
« Reply #31 on: November 05, 2017, 18:46 »
Haha, Mr G, that is so true, well ‘twas raining here after my posting, but as we went to collect the van , but it dried up as we got there, shed came down beautifully, back home for a cuppa,pack up the picnic & off we go, daughter turned up as I was firing up the stove for the bacon butties, in the blink of an eye the water barrels were emptied & moved & the shed was down & a pile of firewood. Stayed fine all day & the new one went up without a hitch, I’ve now got a length of staging under the window, all the tools hanging up,the rotovator has moved in, & everything else just bunged is by 2.30, plus a visit from son & little granddaughter, who took up her bed on the bale of straw that never made it onto the strawberry bed this year. Lol.
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Re: I'm a shedless wonder
« Reply #32 on: November 05, 2017, 19:09 »
Looking forward to that pic... the one of your grand daughter bedded down on a bale of straw I mean  :nowink: Sensible child  :D :D
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Re: I'm a shedless wonder
« Reply #33 on: November 05, 2017, 19:49 »
Well here she is lol
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Re: I'm a shedless wonder
« Reply #34 on: November 05, 2017, 19:51 »
Here’s Mr S fixing up the bench
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Re: I'm a shedless wonder
« Reply #35 on: November 05, 2017, 21:02 »
Snows, you look younger than I thought you are...

Beautiful, and a good shed day is one to remember all your life!

Sheds are sacrosanct. They talk, and hold, and believe. They are an arm away from a kitchen or a lounge or a path. They breathe 'bits', and don't we all do that!

All nice and good ideas come from standing in a shed...

Well done you!

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Re: I'm a shedless wonder
« Reply #36 on: November 05, 2017, 21:40 »
Snows, you look younger than I thought you are...

Haha, what time did you start with the tinctures? Lol

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Re: I'm a shedless wonder
« Reply #37 on: November 06, 2017, 08:31 »
All looks great, and you must be really pleased to have such a robust shed now, and before the really cold weather sets in too  :D

Your granddaughter clearly enjoyed the day too  :lol: :lol:

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Re: I'm a shedless wonder
« Reply #38 on: November 07, 2017, 17:26 »
But with sheds, the best bit is emptying it and re-loading all the stuff again!

I plan to do this several times a week and never do, but somewhere, there is a rule for sheds and I've yet to discover it...

Perhaps we need an Egyptologist on board, y'know, someone who can fathom out where everything really is!

When I become a 'late' Growster, my SIL will have to enter our sheds, sigh, sigh again, and chuck out so much he'll wish he was never ever connected with this family, but then he loves YD, so that's all right then!

Sheds do this to families don't they!



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