Where Are We Today
" The Ridge"
Finally at long last, here is my post on the "The Hangar/ shed that I built for doing my hobby in.
This project started about a year ago with the building of a shed 8 ft. X 16 ft., the inside being 8 x 12 with a 4 x 8 porch. Mike, a friend who is a contractor offered to get the material at his cost and then build it with me and any volunteers on his own time on weekends. Volunteers included my brother - in - law Gerry and our good buddy Rob. I also built my work table before we went south for the winter.
|Wiring and Insulation Done|
Returning home this spring, the goal was to finish the inside by wiring, insulating and dry walling. Not wanting to tape and mud the drywall, I used trim to cover all the seams. Paint colors were chosen, and the painting was done.
|Looking through the double doors|
|Looking in at the bench with the big screen TV|
|Looking in at the single door|
|Inside view, bench with tv, cupboards and organized chaos|
|Wall with the double doors, notice the peg boards from Bob|
With that done, the removal of a bench in the cargo trailer took place and was installed in "The Hangar", allowing the installation of tools, pictures, some mementos, equipment and building materials.
|Looking at the single door end, more peg boards, drill press, picture on the wall|
I say that "The Hangar" is complete, but there is a little painting to do and some curtains for the windows, that Patsy will make for me. Since it's completion, I have been busy working at my hobby, building RC airplanes. The current project, 15 foot Telemaster, is coming along nicely, I hope to have it finished soon. So stay tuned for a post on it.
Thanks for dropping in, I enjoy reading your comments, if you care to leave one. Until the next time, take care.