Been looking at garden sheds. Will need all the work done for me—I am just not there long enough, can’t get on a ladder etc.
I will get a slightly larger shed but mainly a higher one—get a nice high and wide shelving unit and an amazing amount of crap can be stored neatly and off the floor. Door needs to be wide enough to allow a ride-on mower to be put in and taken out the shed. Will insist on much stronger fixing of metal to the cement slab: one fixing point a side is nowhere near enough!
If I do a pergola in front of the shed (to hide it, don’t want to look at a bloody shed all day) I will have some cross timbers put in so I can throw a tarp over it to create an eave or temporary lean to. Folding table and chair, I have a gas cooker, a kettle, teapot, glass & metal containers for tea, coffee, powdered milk—be comfy.
Heheheh block next door has an outdoor dunny for some unfathomable reason. I used it to have a piss now and then. Flushed it with 15L water and squirted a bit of bleach on the last day.
Covered the ground around the trees thickly with peastraw (small gravel around the trunks.) Had ordered 22 bales, had a few left over, dumped them where weeds/grass looked aggressive. Late on last day, all I could be bothered doing.
Ha, the agent emailed me a bit earlier today, saying another person was making an offer and what was the highest bid I could make. Pffft, I felt the agent was trying to jack the price–and his commission– up. I replied offering a lesser amount, equal to the price asked for a similar property. I emailed the agent an hour later saying why don’t we proceed at the price arrived at yesterday, not much less than the advertised asking price after all.