This is the shed(s) actually 2 back to back. The bricks are pavers
dumpsterdived from my wife's construction dumpsters and the back shed
is block and steel scavenged from the same place.
I will open the doors and shoot pictures if you want.
on the side is a bunch of roof tile and more pavers
The steel doors and glass block in the back shed were scavenged too.
On Tue, 16 Nov 2010 18:02:54 -0500, Bill who putters
I'm more likely to get rid oft something that is useful than that is
not. I'll give away something that I can replace at a store, but lots
of things I save I couldn't buy if I tried.
Especially if there is a way to store them. I store long thin things
together, flat things together, boxes within each other (although then
I forget what is in the biggest box.)
On Tue, 16 Nov 2010 18:02:54 -0500, Bill who putters wrote:
Yeah, I keep pretty much everything. I've got my scrap wood piles, my
scrap metal piles, my scrap electronics pile etc. - I manage to keep it
pretty well sorted (with different piles for different size things, too),
and am lucky in that I've got a few sheds and big storage areas. It's
surprising how often I dig into them to fix something that's broken.
The frustrating thing is that I moved overseas a few years back, and
still have similar piles in (free, thankfully) storage abroad - I keep
putting off the day when I suspect I'm simply going to have to dump them.
Plus it's really annoying when I know that I have something that I could
use to fix something else, but it's 4000 miles away (the electronics are
the worst for that - I'm not in a high-tech area here, but I've got boxes
and boxes of scrap/salvaged components in overseas storage)
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