There are two sorts of people in the world : those who would have a big house, and a small shed ; and those who’d be happiest with a small house and big shed – though, if push came to shove, they’d settle for just the shed. No prizes for guessing which category we’re in!
Dyehouse ; Potting Shed / Workshop / Store / Pantry ; The Hebridean Woolshed ; Croft Store ; Hen House ; High Hen House (there used to be a Low Hen House, too) … No, we can’t imagine having too big a shed ; or, in our case, too many sheds. Which, presumably, is why we are building another. It’s on that hardstanding that we built – along with an access track to it – on our croft, in the summer of 2018. So it’s in Field 1 – aka Home Park, tucked into a little hollow right down down by the shore.
At 60sqm floorspace, and with headroom below the trusses of 4m, it’s by far the biggest shed we’ve built. But what’s that you say : What’s it for? Well, I’ll leave Jonathan to tell you about that, when he next gets round to sharing some photos. In the meantime, I thought I’d just let you know what’s been keeping Jonathan from blogging for a while.