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Old Tuesday 2nd September 2008, 22:38
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You shed looks fab Urly.
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Old Tuesday 2nd September 2008, 22:44
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I like the colour - ours used to be a reddish brown, but I do prefer the dark colour, have done half in the darker colour.....just need to finish it
I had planned on going a bit lighter with it but. . .

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Looks like George has a GREAT place to hang out.
Hokey smokes, Urly...you should have a TV show: The Frugal Contractor.
Thanks Brett, George will get finished one day, if you want to finance a T.V show, I don't mind presenting it, and i'll keep my clobber on, honest

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looks good urly

its well worth all the sanding you did!!!


excellent job


ann
Thanks Ann, I think the second coat will make it look better, but at least it's weather proof now.

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It looks fab, really like your carving too. You must be very pleased with it
I am a bit dissapointed that the roof isn't pitched, and the flint was a "Bridge too far" in the current climate, they'll come, but on the whole for what it's cost me I am well pleased,

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Looking good now Urly.
Thanks John,
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Old Tuesday 2nd September 2008, 22:47
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You shed looks fab Urly.
Thanks Val
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Old Thursday 4th September 2008, 18:19
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Go for the pitched roof! Then you can put an attic in there
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Old Thursday 4th September 2008, 22:02
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Go for the pitched roof! Then you can put an attic in there
I'm afraid to pitch the roof now, as the kids have expressed an interest in turning the attic into "their den",

Hmm I think not,
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Old Friday 5th September 2008, 09:01
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hehe, Yes, they have done that in their 'playhouse' shed.......though thinking it might turn into a 'hiding spot'....we haven't put the ladder up for them to get up and down easily yet!
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Old Friday 5th September 2008, 18:59
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What a labour of love this has been..

We have enjoyed building it with you. I bet the kids would love the top part and just think - you could go and hide there. When you need some peace and quiet
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Old Friday 5th September 2008, 19:12
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What a labour of love this has been..

We have enjoyed building it with you. I bet the kids would love the top part and just think - you could go and hide there. When you need some peace and quiet

I lock myself in the shed and turn on the stereo, i'm listening to Vivaldis "Four seasons" at the moment, (a dear friend recommended I give it a listen), to escape from the kids
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Old Saturday 6th September 2008, 15:06
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Thats very appropriate ubd, think ive had the four seasons outside today already
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