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Wood Shed


Bobbi
Bobbi
Bobbi
Bobbi

Our 8 x 12 foot wood shed is also a recycled project. When it was time to build a new shed we had limited funds. So we used electric wire wheels for our wood. Wood pallets for the floor, that allowed air to circulated and help to dry the wood. We also had old roofing tin we used for the walls that come touch the dirt as this is built into a small hill. The tin was also used for the roof. The wheels had to be taken apart, discarding the round part for another day. Then we cut the would pieces to length, drill the holes for the screws and got the shed together. It is very functional and in the summer we have plants hanging on each side. On the left is a bear proof trash container. And the right is when we store our small kindling. This summer we will give this shed a second coat of paint as winter was not kind to the first coat. As you can see our small Ryobi splitter is also on top of a wheel. It has proven on of my best investments in the nearly 11 years that I have had it.

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Wood Shed

by Bobbi
Apr 30, 2016

Our 8 x 12 foot wood shed is also a recycled project. When it was time to build a new shed we had limited funds. So we used electric wire wheels for our wood. Wood pallets for the floor, that allowed air to circulated and help to dry the wood. We also had old roofing tin we used for the walls that come touch the dirt as this is built into a small hill. The tin was also used for the roof. The wheels had to be taken apart, discarding the round part for another day. Then we cut the would pieces to length, drill the holes for the screws and got the shed together. It is very functional and in the summer we have plants hanging on each side. On the left is a bear proof trash container. And the right is when we store our small kindling. This summer we will give this shed a second coat of paint as winter was not kind to the first coat. As you can see our small Ryobi splitter is also on top of a wheel. It has proven on of my best investments in the nearly 11 years that I have had it.