Friday, May 22, 2009

TRIBUTE TO THE OLD GARDEN SHED IN LANCASTER,OHIO

     First let me tell you it is HOT in Lancaster,OhioWEATHER AccuWeather says Hi of 88 degrees Real Feel 93 degrees. I won’t need a sauna today because I’ve already had one…

100_1857 I cleaned the shed out yesterday and today it comes down.. You have to have the right tool for the Job. A reciprocating saw is commonly assigned to a type of saw used in construction and demolition work.Pictured below is a SAWZALL

100_1871This is my sawzall that I bought last year to build my deck. What a great tool.

THE SHED COMES DOWN..

100_1863  I cut the shed into four sections so will be easier to haul away.

100_1865 Ready to be hauled away.

SITE IS READY FOR NEW SHED

100_1870 As I have mentioned before we have Teddy Bears, Pictures of Teddy Bears everywhere. That particular wooden cutout of a Teddy Bear came from the local Shoney's restaurant before it went out of business.

THE NEW SHED

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100_1858 100_1862 I wonder how many screws etc. are in that plastic parts bag????

One major problem was my old friend the Paper wasp 100_1869 Wasps, hornets and yellowjackets are more dangerous and unpredictable than honey bees and should be treated with respect. DUH…

Well I am cooled off now. I guess one can blog about most anything. I bet you can hardly wait to see the new shed being put together.. another day or the way I sometime procrastinate  could be weeks..  

JOE TODD

3 comments:

Snowbrush said...

I must say, Joe, your new shed looks really good, but I think it might need just a little more work...

Smart Mouth Broad said...

Your demolished shed looks so neat and tidy, not demolished at all.

PS. I noticed a typo on my recipe (should Linda decide to make it) It is 2 or 3 TBS of mayo, not 2/3 TBS.

I've corrected it on the blog but you had already done your copy and paste email.

Oz Girl said...

Ok, I am waiting to see that great new shed pic!! :)

I bought my hubby several new tools for our 1st anniversary in March; a sawzall was one. There are some things, once acquired, that make you wonder how you EVER managed before you bought said item. The sawzall is one of them. Our wheelbarrow is another...

Thx for stopping by my blog, and your encouraging comments re: my photography! :)