Oh well, not quite men's shed. It doesn't really look like one either. One way or the other there is a big story behind a little shed.
Moving into a smaller house and selling our 22m x 18m hangar sort of forced us into realizing that we do need a shed to fit all the tools that we've collected over the last few years. Luckily the backyard of our house was big enough to fit one in so here it came:
It was errected next to the existing tin garden shed and looked quite ordinarly. It was big enough to fit everything in and this was all we needed. We can always work on the looks, can't we?
So here we are, 8 months later with the shed completed and all tools having their new home:
Not too bad, huh? Wait till you see the inside. It's quite deceiving from the outside and doesn't really reveal how much usable space is hidden behind these barn doors.
So everything is in and there is still space to move around and work on the projects. OK, I know, the bar fridge is missing but the kitchen is only 20 metres away so I think it's acceptable.
The next and final project (for the time being) is brick paving and landscaping around the house, which will be done in January after we come back from the Nationals in Benalla.
We can then sit down, relax, watch and come up with the next project. A never ending story ...