This was the shed when we first moved in, the green one. It was in fairly good condition, but a piece was missing from rear of the base of the roof, and the right side door was slightly dodgy. Over the years the door loosened off its hinges, and the right side got pushed out when some shelves inside fell over. Eventually the door fell off and the side caved in so it had to go. We hired a skip, emptied the contents and demolished it.
It seemed a good idea to sort out the wooden shed too.
After. I actually got excited about it being tidy and being able to find everything!
Next job - paint the shed which my lovely daughter did
I hung some bunting
And now I have a lovely new patio
and when the weather is fine I have breakfast here, sit and read, or just sit and contemplate the garden
I vividly remember receiving my first bicycle on my 15th birthday. I cycled everywhere in those days. I had that bike forever, and I think my daughters used it before getting new ones of their own. Eventually it was spending more time in the shed than on the roads. When I got divorced and had a good clear out it went to the tip. I replaced it with this one above. I kept it at my daughter's house to use when I visited and we all went cycling, then used it to get to know the area when I moved here, and latterly cycling the country lanes around the village. I think it's about 5 years since I last used it, the main road is too busy with very fast moving traffic, and people often drive too fast along country lanes. My mind age still wants to go cycling, but my physical age knows it's no longer a sensible thing to do, BUT I didn't want to get rid of the bike! so it became a plant holder! Next year I might put a panier over the back wheel.
That begonia at the front is taking ages to flower.
Those fence panels need painting, they were out of sight when the shed was there!
~ Be safe and well ~