Wow has it rained today. Great to fill up the reservoir, but it's like the chinese water torture here in the shed as the roof leaks.
I obviously didn't the join between the nw and old shed roof's right !
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A long weekend's work ....
Roof's on ready to felt.
The odd shape is where it nests into the old garden shed
Couldn't believe the price of doors, and none were the right size, so I decided to build my own. I expect I'll regret this when the cheap softwood swells and warps. Oh well it kept me quiet for a weekend.
The trusty homemade router bench proved invaluable to machine all the rebates
Getting there now.
Still loads of tidying up, gaps to fill and preserving to do etc, but I now have a useable workshop
-2 deg, snow on the ground, timber packs all frozen together, not the best outdoor building conditions, but I've made a start at last.
The full team are helping today
Sophie checks the roof strength - that should do it !
First big challenge - where am I going to build this ?
I couldn't negotiate access to the garage as Sarah won't leave her MX-5 out in the cold, especially for the length of time I expect this build to take. So the shed it is.
Trouble is it is only half the size I need. Some major mods needed. I'm going to turn it 90 deg, split it apart and rebuild to aound 5m x 2.5m that should do it