|Perfect location: next to the privacy fence|
Close but out of the way
|Clear lines of where the pavers and frame were.|
Now in its correct position.
He dropped by midday and announced, "Inspector's here to check you out." Moments later it was clear that the pad/floor for the woodshed was too close to the fence leaving no room for the back wall needed to keep out the rain and let the wood dry which was the reason for the woodshed in the first place. It's not everyday that the Things I get to do today include moving a foundation. Oh, my, all in stride. So much better to know that now rather than later. Relatively simple process to move the "foundation" and paver blocks two inches away from the fence. Just glad my husband stopped by to eat his lunch.
|Floor pavers and frame correctly position next to the fcnce|
|Back wall framed|
Applying the reclaimed boards for the wall
|Back wall in position|
And in spite of the mistake, there was enough time in the between phone calls and dental appointments to frame up the back wall, put the boards on it and heft it into place.
It has been a Handy Andy's dream: free materials; vibrant, loving, warm weather with the chickens making lazy sounds for my music; an outdoor work shop complete with a brand-new compound miter saw (my Christmas present from consultant, coach, husband). Talk about a day to plark! Hold my feet down to the earth, mama. I'm nearly blissed away!