Well I feel like I can finally post in this thread. Where do I start ? Location I recon I have this spot between one of my decks and my shop that is almost like a raised bed. It's less than three steps away from my shops driveway that makes delivering wood very easy and it's only a handful of steps away from the house. This particular area is French drained and I am using colored/dyed semi truck tire chunks for ground cover and to aid in draining. Also I've got plant blocker black landscaping carpet on top of the dirt and under the ground cover so nothing will grow in this area. This is how I started out with the area Right from the get go my idea was to build a shed in this area but my free time was lacking. Then I got some unanticipated motivation from a crazy rain storm that dropped four inches of rain in less than eight hours. (It's hard for me to show y'all this picture it's embarrassing but guess I learned from my mistake) My stacks fell over and it was totally my fault. The stack closest to the deck I just placed the concrete blocks right on top of the rubber ground cover and that made it unstable and the large amount of rain sealed the deal. So I cleared off all the wood and started over. this is my first time building anything using wood and I used this forum for inspiration and ideas so thanks so much for posting up all the pictures. The above is one of two floor bases that I built. The final product also has concrete blocks in the middle of both outer supports like the one pictured in the center. The floor sits about 10" off the ground for good airflow. Measuring out the floor and figuring out where to place concrete blocks. You can see the drain box in the lower portion of the above pic it's surrounded by rocks. The area that the wood shed sits on slopes to this box to help drainage. Finished the floor and now onto the roof. In the below picture I am just mocking up the roof and trying out different ideas, nothing is set in stone at this point for the roof.