Today we got the plywood sides for Dakota's new run-in shed. I had thought the spaces would be exactly 4' X 8', the size of a sheet of plywood, but they weren't. Together we measured all the spaces. Guess what? They sides were not exactly equal.
I transferred the measurements to each board and cut the boards to size. My husband had to run to the hardware store half way through because the blade I had was old and started bogging down. The new blade made things so much easier! (I hope the measuring worked.)I did remember to mark each cut board to which space it was to go into.
I think I mentioned how my husband wanted the "not home made" look. It's turning out to be rather costly! He insisted on getting the thicker boards (5/8"), the ones with the knotholes filled and sanded, and we had to get primer and paint.
I got all nine sides cut out. Tomorrow I will primer and paint. I'm not sure how fast that's going to go so it may take a couple of days. Also I will order the roof (something to match the house roof, a little fancier than plain galvanized).
Oh well. In my allowing him this it's making him happy which in turn is allowing me to be happy because I still get to build.
It better look good when it's done!