We've moved our shed from here
with lots of heaving and shoving and help from a neighbour. It was possible to move the shed without having to dismantle it first. It weighed a ton, the base had become waterlogged and the wood is solid from a local sawmill. I remember when we first built it here
. This is the third and final resting place for the shed!
I now have the best view from a garden shed ever - even on a gloomy wet and somewhat miserable Saturday morning. The plan, when it stops raining, is to build a garage where the shed used to be
There isn't room in the sky for all the clouds, so some have to make do with sitting on the mountains instead. Two days ago there was snow on them there hills, now, just gloom!
The beauty of owning a camera. Photography is hard work but not as hard as shed shifting.
Lovely cloud on the mountain.
You do have the most incredible view!
As so often with your posts, I'm overwhelmed by the loveliness of your surroundings, and also by how hardy you must be to live there!
That's a beautiful photo of the clouds stealing over the mountains. I'm glad the shed was safely moved and I hope it is happy in its new home.
As you say, a stunning view from a humble shed. And presumably no danger of having the window broken by vandals - the fate of our shed window at our allotment.
Well done Niels! I bet that was hard work. It looks a very cosy shed & wow what views! Good luck with the garage building. Love Di xx
Fabulous view from the shed. Snow!! no not yet. It will stay for months:(
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