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pgk pgk22/04/2016 22:23:03
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I had to take a few days off from the minnie build (mum's 97th b'day) and this time of year I can't play in the shed during daytime but I thought I'd give a pic or two of the view from there...and a view of early dawn - just 'cos is lovely.




Michael Gilligan22/04/2016 22:50:04
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Lucky Man

Jeff Dayman22/04/2016 23:39:45
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+1! very nice! thanks for sharing the pics. JD

Rik Shaw23/04/2016 09:51:46
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I'd never get anything done with such a lovely outlook. I've tried to guess the county but it could be anywhere. (Perhaps not Lincolnshire though!). So I'll go for Dorset.


JasonB23/04/2016 10:14:59
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Shame someone stuck that shed right in the middle of the viewsmile p

Nick_G23/04/2016 10:16:58
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Lovely. smiley

pgk pgk23/04/2016 10:18:02
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North end of Powys..nearest town Llanfyllin. 54 Acres of dog-walking hobby farm & woodland. A bit wet and muddy all winter, though.

NJH23/04/2016 10:53:49
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Well - not FROM my "shed" but OF my "shed". It looks as if a little TLC is required with the paint brush! There is a nice view from the window too - or there would be if the electricity board and Telecom hadn't slung all their wires outside the window.



Edited By NJH on 23/04/2016 10:54:41

pgk pgk23/04/2016 12:23:24
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Looks like a nice suntrap area.. always handy for sticking a fig tree in a large pot (wilco has some nice rooted cuttings @ £3 at the mo)

Yngvar F24/04/2016 09:27:35
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Had to step outside the workshop to get a pic.


pgk pgk24/04/2016 09:39:48
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Absolutely superb!

But your field does need some drainage......

jimmy b24/04/2016 10:05:35
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wonderful view.

I built mine without windows, (sadly to keep the lowlifes from looking in....)

Dod27/04/2016 21:48:36
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View from shed door

Danny M2Z28/04/2016 13:13:09
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Here's my little hidey-hole, the bridge was built in 1930, neighbours are friendly, lake is full of fish and there is still a little gold in the hills.

Perfect for testing model seaplanes.

* Danny M *the bridge.jpgview from the workshop.jpgsmoke haze from bushfires.jpga quiet little place.jpg

Neil Wyatt28/04/2016 15:31:27
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OK, I'm jealous. The view from my workshop is the back end of a shed.


fizzy28/04/2016 15:40:10
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The view from my workshop window (if I had one, which I don't, same lowlife reasons) would be one of more of Burnley, which is justification for not having one in the first place.

Roger Williams 228/04/2016 17:26:06
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Behind my shed theres a nudist colony, but me camera's broken......

John McNamara29/04/2016 08:50:55
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