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handy mandy11/12/2009 08:02:53
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havent been on for a while,been constructing my new shed. 10ft x 14ft of  heaven for me to make what ever i want.has took me longer than expected but got there eventually.had to build solid base for it to go on and when i erected the shed i re-inforced all ceiling joists ,sealed windows and door,insolated walls and boarded out .still a work in progress.building all units to keep tools,so watch this space more to 12 year old daughter even designed and made the handles to go on the will put more photos on soon.
Sparky11/12/2009 09:37:21
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Hi Mandy
You've done an excellent job here.
You've also made a lot of us very jealous!
Good luck and hope to see all your new projects in your album very soon.
Ralph Harvey11/12/2009 09:38:52
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Thats an impresive Work space, I am intrigued about the door handles will wait to see some pictures ?
George Arnold11/12/2009 09:51:05
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Good to see you back with us, look forward to more photos, like the shed/workshop.
Dave Atkinson11/12/2009 10:55:23
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It look fabulous - a great job.

Looking forward to more pics

Cheers Dave
Derek Lane11/12/2009 12:30:27
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I am so jealous. Looks good
sad sam11/12/2009 13:53:57
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hi mandy
great job well done now for the expensive part the machines
if you can get hold of a copy of the good woodworking 218 page 31 you will see my space saving table in the magazine it shows it made of steel and you may find it a bit complicated but it can be made quite easily out of plywood or mdf
it really does work well have a look if you like it i will give you as much help as i can
just get in to
Oddjob11/12/2009 15:20:12
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Brilliant shed Mandy!  Looking forward to seeing internal progress pics.
Ron Davis11/12/2009 20:28:11
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Hi Mandy, nice to see you back on the forum. Love the shed, I see you have insulated it, so we will know where you are on a winters evening

Edited By Ron Davis on 11/12/2009 20:28:38

Charlie Hill11/12/2009 22:16:44
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Hi Mandy
Not only have you created a very nice workplace you have also landscaped the surroundings very well. You should be very proud of this, well done.
As others have said I look forward to future updating photos.
Olly Parry-Jones12/12/2009 09:32:35
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Looks good, great to hear that you've taken the time and effort to insulate it before filling it with tools!
handy mandy12/12/2009 09:36:36
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a big thanks to all the comments and my youngest are going to try and make some progress inside today and tomorrow,so will hopefully be putting some more photos on soon.i've come to the conclusion that if i put a bed in there my youngest would stop down there,in fact she has said she is taking resistent materials as one of her subjects next year.good on her.nothing wrong in following in your mothers foot steps.            thankyou again    mandy
Wiggy12/12/2009 12:22:08
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Hi Mandy
How on earth can you call that a shed?  You should all be ashamed of yourselves
A construction of that magnitude HAS to be called a WORKSHOP, no other reference will do
Excellent job Mandy, you're an inspiration

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