Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Chicken Shed

 
The view from our spare bedroom window is changing a little bit day by day.  Between Chicken World and the wood store and the temporary Manshed there is a slowly developing area.   Lovely Hubby has been getting the base ready for the new Chicken Shed.
 
 
"Did you say Chicken Shed" ....  yes I did, but it's not for chickens so keep out.
 
 
"Me too?" ... Yes, you too!!
 
It's for all the chicken feed, supplies and equipment, I toyed with the idea of calling it the Girl-Shed to compete with the Manshed, imagining frilly net curtains, a rug underfoot, a comfy armchair and a book case with space to deposit a cup of steaming hot coffee ... but then I thought "Nooo I have the house for that". 
 
So it's going to be the Chicken Shed ... I still quite fancy the idea of a net curtain though :-)
 
Sue xx

11 comments:

  1. Sounds fantastic...I can imagine a lovely net curtain in there too :) Girl-Shed sounds very tempting ..
    AFM xx

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  2. I need a girl shed! A curtain will be lovely, and no doubt you'll make it very appealing. I am green with envy!

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  3. I haven't got space for a girl shed, however unknown to Mike I will be painting his man shed an appropriate colour & decorating the outside of it with bunting. It is after all next to the seating area so needs to look the part.

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  4. Nice to see your view looking the other way.

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  5. I need a shed for my craftwork, as hubby says it takes up too much space in the 'van. I actually fancy getting a small caravan that could be towed behind the motorhome for my 'stuff' - just think how productive i could be!!

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  6. Love the view. The girls look as though they may not agree with you on this one. My small granddaughter thinks they need a place to sit and knit (like Priscilla on the Looney Toons). She know they don't really knit, but she likes to imagine it.

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    1. I love this idea! I can imagine them sitting there knitting, wings tucked by chests pushing them out in the manner of Les Dawson. Lots of 'ooh - well I never!'s and the like! :)

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  7. Ours is definitely a unisex shed - it has mainly man stuff in there but in an orderly fashion.

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  8. What a lovely view Sue. It will be lovely to see all the trees and hedges in leaf. The hens have a great area. I know what you mean about being happy with your home and not needing a shed. I went through that stage and realise now it would only be used infrequently so no point in planning one. I would like a pergola though. :)

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  9. Looks like a lovely place you have there, I am so envious ;)

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  10. Good plan. I've got a shed for animal type stuff and feed. Really handy but could do with it being bigger!

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