the back side of the back patio, still alot of work to be done, pathway, tear old building down, any volunteers?


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  • Therese C
    on Jun 21, 2012

    Maria..I too wish the building could stay. Well I should say a couples walls anyway..I would rip out the wall showing in the photo..rip off the top and replace the top with open beamed ceiling...no for get it, that's waaaay too much work. Just aim the fireworks in that general direction! Good luck & I was on my way to help until I broke my fingernail starting my car to start the trip down, so I am on bed rest for 6 months at least..sorry.. :)

  • Maria D. M
    on Jun 22, 2012

    my plan is to replace that old shed with another one right next to the one with the outside bathroom fit it right up to it. Build my new potting shed using some of the old boards from the old building.

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