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Woodshed is almost done.

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by daveswoodhauler, May 10, 2013.

  1. daveswoodhauler

    daveswoodhauler Minister of Fire

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    Figured I would post a few pics of my almost complete woodshed. Used almost all of my old fence made of 4 X 4's and 1 X 8's of cedar.
    Wood won't go in until the fall, but I had to put a little in just for giggles.
    Thanks for all the help that posters gave me on my construction questions.
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  2. ScotO

    ScotO Guest

    Nice, clean job, Dave! It looks fantastic, and the I love it. Cant wait to see it filled up in the fall!
  3. bioman

    bioman Burning Hunk

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    Thats really nice !
  4. Stax

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    Looks great. Helluva job. Now get that thing filled...pull up a lawn chair...and guzzle a cold one right in front of it!
  5. begreen

    begreen Mooderator Staff Member

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    Looking good. What are the framed end pockets for? Different wood species stash or smaller splits?
  6. nate379

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    Wow everything looks so green! I was running errands down the road a ways and the houses over there still had 3-4ft of snow in the yards. Not sure why, I just have a couple small patches that are shaded most of the day.
  7. gzecc

    gzecc Minister of Fire

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    Just thinking, if you double the front header you can possibly get rid of the center post?
  8. daveswoodhauler

    daveswoodhauler Minister of Fire

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    Well, I had thought that it would be a good idea to have a small area for garden tools, so during the summer it will be some outdoor storage for shovels and stuff, and in the fall they will be probably filled up with kindling.
  9. ihookem

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    Just finished mine last week. I got it all for free except 4 bucks for a mistitned gallon of paint and 6 bucks for concrete. Even got my 15 yr old on the roof to screw down the steel. It should hold 3 cord. It's not enough but I think my wood will be drier than other years. The shed to the left holds my EKO 25.[​IMG]
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    Nice job Dave. I like it.

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