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Re: sheds/storage [Re: jilly] #422120
02/05/12 10:43 PM
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elegant??? oh lawd no jilly its not elegant but does fit in with the surroundings as well where we are in the woods...and i didnt think you meant the monthly rated sheds ... smile

Re: sheds/storage [Re: jilly] #422124
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LOL, elegant in terms of an idea. I am sure it looks quite rustic. smile


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Re: sheds/storage [Re: jilly] #422139
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oh yah its rustic alright...it blends right in with surroundings and that is what he wanted to achieve so it didnt stick out like a sore thumb down by the water...so on that regard he achieved his goal... wink

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The steel is gone, so we're down to two actual sheds.

Our sheds are both "protective sheds" - one for lawn equipment, one for motorcycles. So in our case they are worth it to protect the investment in the items we own.

In the case of a storage shed, I imagine it's worth it for short term storage. If you are redoing your kitchen, you can protect your items from damage while that is happening. But for long term, I imagine it's generally not worth it. If you are not using an item long term, it's probably best to sell it.

I'm saying this with a house full of stuff which needs to leave, of course. So I need to make progress in that area.

For example I have a slide projector I listed on CraigsList for $5. No takers. Hmph. Is there any way to "edit it" to be for free to get it to bump up to today's listing, or do I have to create an entirely new listing?


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Re: sheds/storage [Re: jilly] #422157
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New listing.


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Re: sheds/storage [Re: jilly] #422165
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his outside storage shed of which he has two are both wooden and have been shingled and quite rugged with nothing inside getting damp or wet and he has all his expensive toys in there as well..which he would never do if there were any risk and i have some stuff in one of them as well...both have lasted 9-10 years at the very least and not falling apart at all or even look decrepit...i would put anything in them and feel safe... smile he has all sorts of lawn equipment in them plus a four wheeler and other mechanical things that you wouldnt want rusting etc from dampness...plus coal which you dont want to get wet either...riding lawmower you name it... laugh

he built one himself and the other was the father son team i told you about...id say both have held up better than a metal shed which rust. Id dare say they would also hold up in strong winds from a hurricane which a lot of metal sheds you see just crumble.

also one of them being right off the lake we catch some really good unblocked gusts.

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Re: sheds/storage [Re: jilly] #422176
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OK thanks Jilly I guess I'll have to do that tomorrow. It seems that nobody wants it for $5. It's a shame, I guess nobody uses slides any more.


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Re: sheds/storage [Re: jilly] #422191
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wrong time for that i think Lisa would be better when flea mkts set up again.

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