Before...Now After

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by Bacffin, Nov 10, 2012.

  1. Bacffin

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    I swear they made this overhang on the house just for this purpose. Holds about 1/2 a cord. The insert is right inside the slider. This just keeps getting better :).

    ~Bruce
     

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    Not a bad idea. You could extend the pavers from the patio so you don't get muddy feet when gathering wood.
     
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  3. WellSeasoned

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    Thats a cool idea
     
  4. bogydave

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    good use of space; dry & close to where it's needed.

    Paver idea may give enough room for another row ;)
     
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    Good adjustment.
    Firewood good. Plants good, but in bad place.
    Remove plants, insert wood. Wood now in good place.
    It's all gooder.
     
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    With a Lean-to added on. Now its over a Cord. LOL :)
     
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    Leave room for a mousetrap or two, or it'll be critter heaven in there.
     
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    Yea, I think gutters in order first. Now that the pines are cut back far enough, I can put them on.
     
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    Those elephant ear hosta's grow like weeds. They are in a bad place because they get too much sun. Is gooder a word?:rolleyes:
     
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    Just a roof extension would work too. Only problem....wife thinks it would be a good place for an outdoor kitchen at some point.
     
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    Moved right in the day it was done. We call him munk for short.
     
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    I stoled it from my SIL.;)
    ETA: Son-in-law
     
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    That is making excellent use of the area.
     
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