One can never have too many sheds

We have extricated our last chattels from the big city, most significantly a shed:

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Which might have to start its new life as a chick rearing house when our incubating eggs hatch.  It needs a level patch and the best option is here:

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a spot presently occupied by compost heaps.  Fortunately the last  incoming load also included some pallets

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which together with left over packing boxes as insulation start to form a new composting range

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Now having more fresh horse manure than we know what to do with (had to acquire a trailer to ferry it in from all the helpful neighbours)

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using it to leaven the compost.

The freezer shed now mainly contains dead things as the guinea pigs have moved out

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Strange that their first morning outside is also the first time there have been four buzzards mewing and wheeling low over the house area

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The profile of trees and shrubs subtly alters as stems and branches show tight balls of energy

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2 thoughts on “One can never have too many sheds

  1. Lovely to have buzzards; we have a pair nesting just across the next field each year and raising young. Now the one-up-man-ship: we had a golden eagle circling over the garden yesterday! A rarity and very exciting.

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