New Wood Shed Phase One. . .

Bigg_Redd Posted By Bigg_Redd, May 11, 2011 at 1:50 AM

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  1. Bigg_Redd

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    . . . is complete. My buddy brought his tractor over and we drilled the holes and set the posts. A 10'x20' shed looks a lot bigger in my yard than it did in my head.

    I have no camera so no pics. And no pics will be forthcoming so cram it.
     
  2. ikessky

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    So the standard "Pics or it didn't happen" post will not be accepted?????

    Man, I really wish I had the area in my yard to build a wood shed!
     
  3. 48rob

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    I'm happy to share in the excitement about your new wood shed, but what's with the cram it bit?

    I know the burn season is about over, but things will get better...

    Rob
     
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  5. raybonz

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    Sounds like we need an artist's rendition of said shed .. All I see is text therefore it does not exist!

    Ray
     
  6. firefighterjake

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    Once you get it filled with a couple year's worth of wood the size will look perfect . . .
     
  7. oldspark

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    You have a way with words. :lol:
     
  8. Thistle

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    Sounds like he's been hanging around me. :lol:
     
  9. Lumber-Jack

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    Hey Bigg_Hed, what happen to your last woodshed project? Did it blow over in the wind?
    ;-)
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    Don't worry, I'll supply the pictures so nobody has to "cram it".
     
  10. raybonz

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    Nope Euell Gibbons came along and ate the entire thing :)

    Ray
     
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    I think once it is full with a couple of years worth of wood, the size will be too small. Anyone in here have a shed that is not too small?

    :lol:
     
  13. smokinj

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    Sure looks like state of the art stuff to me!
     
  14. firefighterjake

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    I think my woodshed is perfect . . . enough for two seasons worth of wood . . . it's nice to have that extra wood under cover . . . in case Maine gets covered by a glacier. ;)
     
  15. weatherguy

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    Your showing your age mentioning Euell Gibbons, I got it :lol:
     
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    12' deep by about 60' long by 8' tall at the short side. I figure it'll hold aboutn 45 cords or 10 to 15 years worth of wood. Is that too small?
     

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    Was that always going to be a wood shed, or are you just repurposing it? It looks like a couple of people have gone way overboard on their wood shed. :lol:
     
  18. raybonz

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    Haha yup I'm 54 and feel between 44 and 64 depending on the day.. Sounds like we must be near the same age if you know who Euell Gibbons is

    :p

    Ray
     
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    I know who he is, but I never did figure out what parts of a pine tree are edible???? Or what kind of grapes have nuts???
    It was a very confusing childhood. :-S
     
  20. PapaDave

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    Good job getting started.
    That's the size I thought of doing, but went with 10'x16' instead. Not quite enough for 2 years with this stove, but should be when I
    get the new one.
     
  21. Bigg_Redd

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    I went with 10 x 20 for 2 reasons

    1) 200 sq ft is as big as you can build in this state without a permit

    2) The difference in cost for a smaller shed is negligible

    3) It'll hold just over 2 years worth of wood
     
  22. woodsmaster

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    That's 3 reasons
     
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    1) Three reasons is as high as you can count on this forum without a permit.

    2) The difference in cost for fewer reasons is negligible.

    3) It'll hold just over 2 (or 3) years worth of wood.
     
  24. RNLA

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    I am so disappointed there are no pics but then again I have a camera and can't get the pictures to post right. I guess I'll cram it. :blank:
     
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    Ask your buddy to take a picture.
     
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