Wednesday, 13 May 2020

A She-shed update

In the comments to the last post, there were several requests for photos of the she-shed's progress.  R and L, with some assistance from K this past weekend finished a lot of the outside.  Since then he's worked on putting the windows in every evening after work.  Have I said this guy never stops moving?  He's so much like our Dad, both in looks and in energy level!

Here are some of the photos he's sent to me over the past several days.
My niece L seems to be taking a short break.  

L wanted lots of windows in the shed and her wish was granted.  They had their front porch rebuilt last year and had lots of windows in storage.
K and L appear to be celebrating having raised the roof.  R said that was the hardest part because the roof pieces were heavy and the walls were 2 feet higher.  
This is where they ended the evening on Sunday.

Monday evening he was able to fit in the old windows.
He also got in one more window and the doors.

On Tuesday he finished putting in the rest of the windows.  He was mentioning that L will now need to be patient because completing the trim and finishing things off inside will take some time.  I know they are planning to put wood from the old kitchen ceiling in as flooring.  But for now, the she-shed is closed in and (hopefully) critter proof.  

I'll be sure to share photos of the interior work in future posts.  


  1. Wow, it's lovely - it could even be a micro home :) Can't wait to see what the inside will look like

    1. I thought the same thing - maybe I'll suggest that when L is done with it he can turn it into a tiny home or a guest house.

  2. How neat. I really like the raised roof and all the windows

  3. My first thought was that he could get a tiny homes business going! 👍

  4. I love the term "She shed"!!!!!

  5. Now that will be a she shed to be proud of. Love all the windows and extra lighting they afford. Your shed definitely went to a good home.

  6. That could be one of those 'tiny houses' we hear so much of these days. Well, a tiny 'tiny house'...

  7. How awesome!! Love all the windows.

    God bless.

  8. What a lot of thought and work was put into this, and I like!!!!


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