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Old Tuesday 25th March 2008, 13:42
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Val - love your shed - the walton one It looks so inviting.
Mine is two sheds taken appart re-fashioned into a long thin one at side of house with a door at either end so can access both back and front garden LOL

Its desparately needing painted, the original sheds were different colours LOL

Thank you, this is what it looks like inside.
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Old Tuesday 25th March 2008, 15:02
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That's not a shed, Val....that's a hangar!
I wanna hang out at Val's shed! Look at all those cool toys for big boys!
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Old Tuesday 25th March 2008, 17:25
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I know it's a hangar, OH can't possibly ever fly every plane he's made either & he's back down there as I type, building yet another one
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Someone warm them from below, 'til the rain comes tumbling down.
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Old Tuesday 25th March 2008, 21:22
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Wow, your OH is very busy and talented. What does he do with them when they are finished ?
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Old Tuesday 25th March 2008, 21:32
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Well, he does fly them, Hosta, but one at a time. Radio control & he's now into electric powered ones. He has a couple of gliders as well, but the powered planes are his favourites.
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Inch by inch, row by row, Someone bless the seeds I sow.
Someone warm them from below, 'til the rain comes tumbling down.
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Old Tuesday 25th March 2008, 21:49
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Sounds like he gets a lot of pleasure out of his hobby.
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Old Wednesday 26th March 2008, 00:50
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He does & it keeps him out of mischief too
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Old Wednesday 26th March 2008, 19:27
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He does & it keeps him out of mischief too
Your OH and my OH would get along like a house on fire. Airplanes are one of my OH's hobbies. He does not have them in a shed as such. He keeps his in boxes - well the ones he has not completed.

More of the model variety to place on selves in the house - he does not otherwise we would be swamped with them. Boys and their toys eh

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Old Sunday 30th March 2008, 20:05
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My first spring job is to clean out the shed!!
I am wary of stepping foot in there now. I went in not long ago to fetch something and a MOUSE was looking at me!! I screamed from shock and ran out lol.
I later discovered it had eaten all the grass seed [ someone had left the lid off the box]
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Old Wednesday 25th June 2008, 14:23
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I have 2 large concrete sheds but they are full of stuff! One is full of fancy mice and the larger has a tumble dryer, small chest freezer and a spare fridge. Im going to clear some of the junk out of there though, get some old shelves and that will be my potting area me thinks!
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