Saturday, June 20, 2009
Sunday, May 17, 2009
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Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Monday, July 28, 2008
Sunday, July 27, 2008
Out of screws so off to the store. We decided to go ahead and by the tin for the top.
Saturday, July 26, 2008
Friday, July 25, 2008
- Ant killer (I keep getting bit)
- 9 - 2x4
- Metal to wrap 4x4 at bottom
- New fence panels (Rufus has made friends with the neighbor dog)
The post digger was better but still not easy - we have a hard ground!
Ok we decided a one foot hole would be good enough.....Post One Done! Back to digging....
Starting plan - We have no idea!!!
We thought 12 foot wide, 10 foot deep and the front post being 9 ft tall.
So we were off the store. We got our 4x4 post 12 foot long thinking we would dig a 2 foot hole cut one foot off. We got all the brackets, screws, new battery for our power tool, and a post digger.
Home and ready to start working! Again in July 100 degree weather!
Here it is our shed!
If you have never had the pleasure of purchasing a shed, let me share a little info with you! It comes in a box about 4inchx6ftx4ft with about a million pieces! Did I mention we put this together in 100 degree weather! It took us about 12 hours total. It is a two man (or woman) job! And as close as both Brandon and I wanted to yell at each other a few times we never did!
I have to admit I did get sick from getting too hot on the second day but I made up for it that evening as I got to finish up the doors and edging as Brandon went to work.
Brandon just keep going and going! He's the only reason it only took us 12 hours!
Brady was such a trooper - he keep cool in the pool BUT he really like being daddy's big helper!