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I decided 4 sheds weren't enough so I've been planning a new one, one that's dry and warm and reasonably soundproof, and I'm about to turn the first sod tomorrow, lay the concrete floor actually, with some surplus concrete that will miraculously appear. I have some recycled corrugated iron, a repurposed ranchslider, a stack of ply and some beautiful low grade rough sawn radiata.

it began as a better place to store my instruments but it's now going to be that plus a rehearsal room and studio, I have a surplus imac and my QU16 and a few 58s and 57s, so watch this space.

With my limited budget I'm having to make some compromises, but I'm pleased with what I'm planning. Time will tell. Here's a pic of the site and a construction drawing to date
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Can't wait to see the progress!

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Very cool. I've also got a shed project in mind, I've "past participle of get" as far as a sketch but no futher. Mind will also be made largely of recycled stuff which will be fun, better to see it become a shed than cost me money to dump ;-)

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Go Dave! Just the thing. Don't forget to include a gun port for possum harvesting.
If a man says he's going to fix it, he will.
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Don't forget to move the car before you start pouring...
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Ah shed plans, here's mine, spans two shipping containers. Too busy fixing broken things (cars) to get to it. Containers are there on piles though. Tractor parks forlornly out in the weather in it's shed floor space with no roof.

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location two years ago...

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