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Re: Shed Science
« Reply #15 on: 15.10. 2019 23:00 »
Eventually had to build myself a bigger shed. It's rather full now...
Better build another one while you can still find your tools  *smile*
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Re: Shed Science
« Reply #16 on: 15.10. 2019 23:06 »
I built a new shed for my wife.... so I could store more stuff in the house! (Think about it!)
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Re: Shed Science
« Reply #17 on: 16.10. 2019 07:46 »
 Blacksheep puts my shed in the shade any way you look at it. What a construction! Must be the biggest shed ever.  Looks to be from new materials, very smart and well thought out. Can it be seen on Google Earth?

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Re: Shed Science
« Reply #18 on: 16.10. 2019 12:35 »
the worst bit[ for me anyway]is having a tidy up and putting bits safe *roll* if your like me safe turns out to be a 2 hour hunt for the bit *conf2* and finding it in another building altogether  *pull hair out*

If it wasn't for searching for lost or misplaced parts and tools my garage workspace (can't really call it a "shed") would never get cleaned.

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Re: Shed Science
« Reply #19 on: 17.10. 2019 01:49 »
An old saying - "Junk expands to fill the available space."
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Re: Shed Science
« Reply #20 on: 17.10. 2019 09:19 »
Five years ago, when my wife and I were preparing to move house I chucked out most of the contents of an ancient wooden shed that I'd used for storing 'useful' stuff. I had a sudden realisation that I was not going to live long enough to use most of the things I'd accumulated.