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Old Tuesday 11th March 2008, 01:03
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Some unusual and pretty sheds!

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening...en-shed124.jpg

http://www.mckieroth.com/images/GarShed2.jpg

http://www.chicagoarts-lifestyle.com...den-shed-2.JPG

http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/outdo...arden-shed.jpg

http://www.greenroofs.com/projects/ancaya/ancaya1.gif

And my favourite ...

http://www.lighthouseman.com/20StorageShed.jpg
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Old Tuesday 11th March 2008, 01:35
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The stripey one looks like a beach hut, but I love the lighthouse shed too.
This is our shed.
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Old Tuesday 11th March 2008, 09:56
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Some lovely ones there Kits.....I like the first one with the blue and white stripes!!
Val yours is gorgeous....ours is in dire need of repair.....hope it'll stand up to todays storm later!!
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Old Tuesday 11th March 2008, 11:40
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Oh there's pretty, Val! It looks like a place a man could escape to.

Ours are very mundane, but they are just for storing the lawmower and various tools etc. I shall pop out to take some pics later.
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Old Tuesday 11th March 2008, 12:33
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Oh there's pretty, Val! It looks like a place a man could escape to.

Ours are very mundane, but they are just for storing the lawmower and various tools etc. I shall pop out to take some pics later.


Oh! Yes! Kits, and he does, very regularly


The shed is fine Ruth, it's where OH goes most days. It's his model plane making workshop.
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Old Tuesday 11th March 2008, 14:49
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  1. Little Shed - you have to climb through the camellia and honeysuckle to get into it!
  2. Big Shed - easier access!

Please note - we have blue sky at the moment!
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Old Tuesday 11th March 2008, 15:26
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Very functional, Kits, & used exactly what they were designed for, to keep things in.
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Old Tuesday 11th March 2008, 18:25
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We were getting desparate for some type of storage; we had none. Finally, last summer, I got the go-ahead from the boss (wifey) to build a shed. The link goes to a photo presentation. Click on the first thumb and a set of controls will appear at the top of the window.
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http://www.libertynaturepreserve.com/10x12%20shed/
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Old Tuesday 11th March 2008, 18:50
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A King amongst Sheds!
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Old Wednesday 12th March 2008, 02:04
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A King amongst Sheds!
Yes, but quite sterile compared to the charm and homeiness of the shedly abodes that you and Val enjoy. As much as I hate the thought of moss on my roof, it speaks volumes for the overall appeal of Val's crib.
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