Work in progress-a shed as just a frame with no roof.I did this part. I used the rest of the Sterling board-or OSB board-Oriented Strand Board-I had no idea what it was-just looked it up-which was used for the roof to make panels, so I can hang tools. I used my hand drill and a power tool! An electric screwdriver my Dad bought for Andy a while ago. It was great!
Lots of painting went on in there today-using up all the old tins, and one completely new tub of emulsion I didn't realise I had.
Cassie loves the shed. The other two have not been in there at all yet.
A crow who is nothing to do with this post, but was being strangely noisy yesterday evening-not normal crow noise but a kind of throaty chirruping. I think it was talking to its mate.
Replaced boards at the bottom.
The two pictures I took of the outside were blurry for some reason, but these of Cassie on the roof will do. It looks so neat! I have done three more coats of outside paint and will keep going until it runs out. It goes on very thinly.
Someone asked in the post the other day if it was going to be my studio. Wouldn't that be fun? I would love to have a little retreat in the garden to go and listen to the radio and do something or other creative. I could put all my little lanterns in there, and we could have cups of tea on rainy afternoons. To achieve this I need to get rid of an awful lot of accumulated stuff, both from the shed and from my art storage boxes. I have to admit I have so much stuff I don't use half of it as I don't know what is there. I am going to donate some and sell some. Operation cleanup will start tomorrow, but first I have to get the essential boring stuff back in there-the suitcases, cat baskets, tools and fold up chairs.