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Thanks. smile.png A work in progress.
 
A lean-too and deck area going in as well. Deck area will be 5m x 4.7m. Managed to pick up some roof sheeting 7m long but a wee bit bashed for £30. smile.png
 
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Very nice location, I would never get owt done, due to looking at the scenery. It's a wonder that them sheets didn't fold themselves in half whilst you were driving.

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3 hours ago, harvey b davison said:
6 hours ago, trigger_andy said:
 
Thanks. smile.png A work in progress.
 
A lean-too and deck area going in as well. Deck area will be 5m x 4.7m. Managed to pick up some roof sheeting 7m long but a wee bit bashed for £30. smile.png
 
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Very nice location, I would never get owt done, due to looking at the scenery. It's a wonder that them sheets didn't fold themselves in half whilst you were driving.

There’s a couple of 2x6” under the sheets. And some straps holding them down.  Thankfully was only going 1 mile up the back road so crawled along at 20mph. 😁 Never seen another vehicle. 

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