A little update on the cabin progress!
It's been mighty manic today! We had the cabin delivered, which took just under 2 hours to unload from the lorry, a new telly (because my HDMI socket died!) and a new car... and the double glazing man come about new doors and windows...all in one day! lol No mini's done for a few days...I hope to do some soon!
Anyhow, the garden has now been cleared of the two apples trees. Weed killer has been applied where the cabin will go. :o)
Next the Summerhouse will be taken down and relocated to another part of the garden, down the side of the bungalow, because we aren't now keeping the shed. The Summerhouse is larger and in better condition. Repairs will be made and the design tweaked and it will hold our garden tools etc. :o)) It will be painted the same colours as my cabin.
There are all sorts amongst the garden debris, not just the weeds to clear! lol
Apples and more apples and an old rusty and unopened tin of something?!?!
Inside the Summerhouse, it reminds me of a beach hut that you see on English seaside promenades.
It needs repairs, the roof and obvious wood replacements!
The cabin arrived today! We are having its base laid on the 12th and 13th October and its construction on 23rd October...weather permitting! Pray for NO rain! lol
The cabin is 19.4 feet wide, by 11.6 feet deep. It's not humongous but not exactly small either. Some of you know what it will look like already. It will have a garden all around it and a small seating area to the left side of it. :o)
It's all covered over safe from bad weather. I had green shingles for my Summerhouse before, but you won't see the roof too much so I've opted to have just plain grey felting for this one.
Some of the extra's purchased, the finials for the side ends of the roof, door furnishings to keep the doors open and some of the fire retardant application.
More soon, in the meantime...be good!
I hope you don’t mind my ramblings and madness! :o))