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    The Queen's New She-Shed

    Here at the Schnauzer Compound space is a premium. And I hog most of it. The queen has a devil of a time (and so do I) trying to find anything in the garage. If you do see it, getting to it is another issue. The queen decreed that a shed for her and only her needs to be erected.

    This summer we looked at several backyard sheds. From the box stores to the Amish built ones. As the queen and I discussed what she wanted and liked, I started to prep the yard. First remove the old stockade fence. Once the queen selected a size, I prepared the space. She chose a 10' X 20'. So I dug a 12' X 22' X 12" deep hole. The neighbor cat loved that. I seen him several times bury what he just squeezed out. Sad day for him when I selected 21AA gravel as my bed. 10 yards of it. I had most of this done when she ordered a 10' X 12' shed with a 4' porch. I guess it would be okay the way I had it.

    She picked a Barn Owl Shed built by the Amish dudes at A & L Sheds. I could not find A & L on line. I did located Barn Owl. Then the light came on. A & L is Amish. I better not see them on the web.

    The she-shed arrived today. I need to wire and insulated it. Decide what to do with the floor. I might even put a HVAC unit in it, depending on what the queen wants to use the shed for.

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    Nice real nice she’ll get a lot of enjoyment out of that.
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    Very nice! I need to do the same for my wife so I can get her chicken accessories out of the garage.
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    Nice shed. I would put heat and A/C in it also. It would be a nice place for her to go to when she gets made at you. Sort of a cat house, instead of dog house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robnik View Post
    Very nice! I need to do the same for my wife so I can get her chicken accessories out of the garage.
    I don't want to sound dumb but what do chicken accessories consist of ?? Dresses, hats, chicken shoes, false teeth?
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    Quote Originally Posted by UnionSchnauzer View Post
    Here at the Schnauzer Compound space is a premium. And I hog most of it. The queen has a devil of a time (and so do I) trying to find anything in the garage. If you do see it, getting to it is another issue. The queen decreed that a shed for her and only her needs to be erected.

    This summer we looked at several backyard sheds. From the box stores to the Amish built ones. As the queen and I discussed what she wanted and liked, I started to prep the yard. First remove the old stockade fence. Once the queen selected a size, I prepared the space. She chose a 10' X 20'. So I dug a 12' X 22' X 12" deep hole. The neighbor cat loved that. I seen him several times bury what he just squeezed out. Sad day for him when I selected 21AA gravel as my bed. 10 yards of it. I had most of this done when she ordered a 10' X 12' shed with a 4' porch. I guess it would be okay the way I had it.

    She picked a Barn Owl Shed built by the Amish dudes at A & L Sheds. I could not find A & L on line. I did located Barn Owl. Then the light came on. A & L is Amish. I better not see them on the web.

    The she-shed arrived today. I need to wire and insulated it. Decide what to do with the floor. I might even put a HVAC unit in it, depending on what the queen wants to use the shed for.

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    Heck I could live in that shed! Nice,, Hope the "queen" enjoys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robnik View Post
    Very nice! I need to do the same for my wife so I can get her chicken accessories out of the garage.

    Quote Originally Posted by tj1 View Post
    I don't want to sound dumb but what do chicken accessories consist of ?? Dresses, hats, chicken shoes, false teeth?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tj1 View Post
    I don't want to sound dumb but what do chicken accessories consist of ??
    Mashed potatoes, corn, gravy, biscuits.
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    Looks very nice. May not want to name it the cat house though.

    It will be interesting to see if women have the same issue as men. Let’s us know when she says I should have built one twice that size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herminator View Post
    Looks very nice. May not want to name it the cat house though.

    It will be interesting to see if women have the same issue as men. Let’s us know when she says I should have built one twice that size.

    We've got one in our backyard 14' x 16' just for my wife's stuff with a barn style roof so she has shelving as well. I've heard that several times how nice it would be if it were "a little" bigger I'd have more room.
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