We need storage space. We should probably just throw out a bunch of the stuff we have but instead decided to buy a "Tuff Shed" as extra storage space. I could have built a shed for much less money, however I'm not much of a carpenter and it would have taken me weeks if not months to get one made. We tried to order one through the local Home Depot and failed as they couldn't process an order after a half an hour of trying. So I called "Tuff Shed" directly and ordered a 10' x 12' shed.
The two guys they sent out worked hard and paid attention to detail.
Max was inspired to a work as well.
The "finished" shed. The window is missing because I wanted to put in an insulated one. I'll be insulating the inside for condensation free storage (in theory).
It rained hard for about a half an hour, causing their truck to sink 8" into the ground. We spent a while (I helped them out) trying to jack it up onto traction increasing materials to no avail. The big problem was that their tires were almost completely bald.
So they called a tow truck - goodbye profit! Then again they probably make a chunk of money on the sheds.
It took almost an hour to drag the truck around to the road. As I said nice guys and they handled it well. One had moved down to Eugene from Alaska for the exciting life in a big city.
Now I have to finish the shed, it will probably be done by 2008.
I decided I've been too airgun obsessed here, so I put my latest up on my site instead:
Making a Replacement Breech Bolt Screw for a Crosman 150 CO2 Pistol
My Aunt Joan's webpage
Don't Shoot Your Eye Out
O-ring design data
Static Gland design
South Bend Lathe Videos
Taig Lathe with Servo Drives video
Miro open source video player
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!