Wise words Chris. You can indeed never have enough shelves, especially when you have a lot of crab gear to store. My wife has renamed displacers to rabbits as she says every time she goes in my shed there seems to be more of them!
Not bad, eh? And all the 13 amp sockets work as well. Very pleased with that. I made a beginners mistake with the 16 amp sockets, though. The compressor has a 3hp motor, so that's 12.9 amps. Don't want that on a 13 amp plug top then, do we? What I forgot, is that being a capacitor start/run motor, the starting load is far higher.... Collecting 32 amp breaker tomorrow.
Having mentioned the compressor, it is one of my favourite tools, but it is the noisiest machine in the world. Ever.
Made the other one. Spent a bit of time making sure that I had the bracing in the right way round. Management popped in for an inspection and pointed out that it didn't matter. Wrong way round? Invert the door. Doh!
Made a start on the painting. Cuprinol outdoor stuff. Very disappointed with the coverage. Second door has had two coats and the yellow of the plywood is still clearly showing through. Slap some more on tomorrow...
Lock and handle sorted, sanded, filled and painted. Another coat tomorrow and we can start building. Monday looks favourable (high winds over the past few days), so tomorrow I can sort out door posts and framing and hardware.
Pretty damn pleased with that. Given that nothing is square, flat or straight it looks excellent. So, loads of painting to be done, beading off round the doors to keep the draughts out and some more work on the security and it'll be properly finished. That sheeting above the doors has got to go. Letting the whole thing down.