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Bicycle workshop

comments (1) November 21st, 2012 in Project Gallery

Here is the shed I built for my Wife and Son's just before deploying to Afghanistan. It has a 120 sq ft footprint and a second floor for additional storage. Along with a redwood fence and pergola, it has become our favorite part of our San Diego yard.

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Design or Plan used: My own design
posted in: Project Gallery, workshop, shed, garden shed, artist studio

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WoodPecker67 WoodPecker67 writes: Scott the Builder is Scott the Man! The amount of thought and planning is evident in every detail of this beauty (i.e. the storage spot for the ladder amongst many). To say a job well done would be an understatement. Not just functional but aesthetically elegant as well.
Posted: 12:30 am on December 14th

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