New shed, lame stack

Tenpounder

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Sep 26, 2012
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Upstate, NY
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I have a large amount of salvaged lumber from a deck demo, so I built a shed. All this is salvage except the decking and roof lumber. I want to be able to access both sides of the shed so I will only side the short ends. I was thinking of clap board or tongue and groove. Any input? T-11 or similar is not my mug of beer.
I only heat my shop with wood, hence the lame stack.
 

Renovationman

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Dec 5, 2017
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MB
Nice shed. It looks to be 6’ wide. How about using 6’ treated fence boards horizontally with 1” spacing.


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Tenpounder

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Sep 26, 2012
20
Upstate, NY
Many thanks. I priced out 6ft fence pickets. I can side both ends for under $100. That's probably the best option. Wonder if I should herring bone the siding or make it resemble clapboard.....hummm?
 
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moresnow

Minister of Fire
Jan 13, 2015
885
Iowa
I built this beer fridge stand out of pallets. Took 4 pallets to get the choice pieces.
Jealous of you E. coast fellers. I cant get my favorite beer out here. Mmmm. Yuengling! Nice stand as well. Pallet wood is good stuff.
 

SpaceBus

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Nov 18, 2018
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Jealous of you E. coast fellers. I cant get my favorite beer out here. Mmmm. Yuengling! Nice stand as well. Pallet wood is good stuff.
That's your favorite? I thought they sold it everywhere. I haven't had a Yuengling in years!
 

Tenpounder

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Sep 26, 2012
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Upstate, NY
Jealous of you E. coast fellers. I cant get my favorite beer out here. Mmmm. Yuengling! Nice stand as well. Pallet wood is good stuff.
New York has had an explosion of microbreweries the past 7 years. They're turning out some real good beers. That's about the only thing that's good about NY currently.
 

moresnow

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Jan 13, 2015
885
Iowa
That's your favorite? I thought they sold it everywhere. I haven't had a Yuengling in years!
I was introduced to it awhile back down in the Keys. Kind of my go to bev when I am there in the winter. I am a dark beer guy at heart. This at least has some flavor!
 
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moresnow

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Jan 13, 2015
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Iowa
New York has had an explosion of microbreweries the past 7 years. They're turning out some real good beers. That's about the only thing that's good about NY currently.
Its going on everywhere. Look at Toppling Goliath. Local to me. Its exploded into a huge facility. I just traveled through backwoods Washington, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. Good local micro everywhere. Lots of good dark options for me. Mmmmm.

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SpaceBus

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Tenpounder

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Its going on everywhere. Look at Toppling Goliath. Local to me. Its exploded into a huge facility. I just traveled through backwoods Washington, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. Good local micro everywhere. Lots of good dark options for me. Mmmmm.

Back to regular programming ;)
That's awesome! Multi state beer trail! How does one get to do such fun?