Tuesday, April 25, 2017

In Case Of Zombies (Or Yard Work)

A great, big  


to Extreme How To, The Enthusiast’s Guide To Home Improvement, http://extremehowto.com/ for the plans to this super-simple garden shed measuring 3.75w  x 1.75d.   I would tuck this shed into a corner of the garden to keep all of my necessary tools handy.  My only suggestion would be the addition of a back panel to make the unit free-standing.  Due to the size and manner of construction, when building this shed with a back panel, it would need to be secured to the ground to prevent collapsing or falling over since it wouldn’t have the support of a structural wall (as shown).

Tool Shed courtesy of Extreme How To
Exploded View courtesy of Extreme How To

"God Almighty first planted a garden.  And indeed it is the purest of human pleasures."   --  Francis Bacon

To A Life Of Simplicity
Happy Homesteading!
~ Susan & Rick
Celtic Acres Farm

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About the Author:
Susan along with her husband, Rick, are the owners of Celtic Acres Farm, an organic, self-sufficient, off-grid farm where they raise chickens, ducks, goats and a pig, rescue dogs and cats, grow their own heirloom, non-gmo produce, create handmade crafts and home décor items, and strive to live a self-sustaining lifestyle while attempting to carve out that little piece of paradise where they can live free, breathe free and commune with nature.
Celtic Acres Farms is committed to healthy animals, a greener planet, recycling-reusing-repurposing, while maintaining our rural heritage and sharing it with others. We believe that we must all lead the way to a more sustainable future while never forgetting the things of the past. 

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