I wish I had been up at the lottie when the small shed was moved over to plot 30. Planks of wood were screwed to the sides and it was carried Sudan chair style over there by 4 people. That's one way of doing it !
Now the shed is all finished (except for one more coat of the red cedar) I can concentrate on the important stuff, like planting out my cabbages and some more Kale. I have a new flower bed ready to take the dahlias when they can go out. It's the bed with the rope edging .
I'm also looking forward to paving the ground in front of the greenhouse as it was so uneven before, and I now have enough planting area for 2 maybe 3 raised beds. Moving the shed on to the concrete area has given me more planting area, which was why the council kindly gave it to me.
The last photo is of my allotment neighbour John pretending to be a scarecrow. I did warn him I was going to post the pic on this blog !!
The little shed has now gone to my daughter Niki and Paul's plot
(No 30) it looks like a sentry box!
Niki & Paul have done wonders on their plot in a few months (Ok Niki, I eat my words, you proved me wrong, well done !)
This is the area the small shed was on, so I am now planning it out to plant and pave in front of the greenhouse.
John pretending to be a scarecrow !!