What a disgrace! I seem to forget that I have a blog to update!
So continuing from May to October, this is what went on... like a DIY telenovela.
|Chopped up shed in situ - Mid May|
My recollection of this summer past is one of making endless buckets of concrete as the sub-floor foundation was poured in sections over many dry weekends. While is why it took so long because the English summer is generally unpredictable. Since the ground was relatively uneven, some parts were 8 inches thick while others around 4 inches. However, it was a great opportunity to smash up and throw in all the discarded broken bricks, slabs, rubble, stones and any other aggregate I could get my hands on...
|Replacing a fence panel - Sept|
|Patchwork of concrete|
Basic grey utility slabs waiting until next summer to be laid as there just wasn't enough time this year. If you look closely at the picture above you'll see the Pepper Kitty surveying the space between two birches. That's about 4ft wide but we'll come back to that.
|Not a toilet! Shed #2 - Oct|
After measuring the space, it was decided that a 4ft x 3ft Sentry style shed could be crammed in there...just.
|Bad Photoshopped mock up|