ADDING THE FINISHING TOUCHES TO THE BIG BOY TOY SHED BUILD. THIS STAGE IS THE INSULATION AND CEILING, IT’S GETTING CLOSER TO BEING FINISHED!
I know this seems like a never ending project but it’s nearing it’s finished point. If you missed my earlier posts about the, DIY Toy Shed Build without plans, you can click on the photos at the end of this post and get caught up.
A few weeks ago we had two 50 degree days and my son was home from work earlier enough so he started getting the insulation and plywood ceiling up in the shed. When the fire pit area went in we also ran conduit underground for the electrical to the shed.
If it would quit snowing here and warm up just a little the shed could get finished. The lights, windows, heat and air conditioning are also all sitting around waiting to go in but when it’s 30 out no one is to ready to work on the project.
I know spring has to be here soon but the wait is getting old. I want to get my ferns purchased and out, my pumpkin garden started, and add annuals to my pots. I’ve scrolled Pinterest for countless hours dreaming of all the things I’d like to do when the weather breaks.
I’m excited to get a new lawn mower this year, I’ve had the money set aside for a few years now but when it comes time to buy I hate to let lose of $5,000 so I break out the old mower again. There’s really nothing wrong with the one I’m using it’s just too small for the acres I mow and a new bigger one would be much better and take me less time to mow. Last year we had no rain and I only mowed 7 times all summer long so spending the money would have felt like a waste. I’m determined to get the new zero turn one that I want this year though.
Does anyone have experience with boxwoods? Mine have been in for 3 years but for some reason over the winter one half of them all turned yellow and I’m wondering if that means they’re dying off? If so, I’ll have to find another compact shrub to take their place. I don’t want flowers that I have to deadhead and divide I’m all about easy, but something that looks nice and tidy in the landscape design. If you have any advice please leave it in the comment section below.