Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Shed Update (4)


We have power!

The interior. Looks big, doesn't it?

Light floods the garden. Looks magical, doesn't it?
Too cold (and dark) to put tables and toys in last night. That may have to wait until the weekend.

Inaugral game so close now i can smell it....

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  1. Looks fantastic. Hope its warm inside!

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    1. The insulation is working fine. Okay in a jacket last night with no heating. Small fan heater will make it nice and snug.

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  2. Power is a good thing! looking pretty good there, best wishes on many hours of enjoyment!

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    1. Thanks, - I can now game in comfort in what would otherwise be the cold and dark.

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  3. Excellent use of a redundancy cheque Graham. Tres jealous. Are you planning suitable artwork for the walls?

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    1. I have a number of posters that Mrs T considers ....inappropriate....to be put up in the house (no - not for those reasons!).

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  4. The best insulation is boxes of toys!

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    1. Sound sentiments, but alas neither practical nor true.

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  5. Watching developements with a green eye, Am in the process of something similar.
    Enjoy!

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    1. Ensure you insulate under the floor, as well as the walls. And if you can get the windows double glazed for you, get it done.

      And have external security lights in the spec for the electrician. I forgot and am about to install solar powered ones which are more exepnsive, but cheaper than having the walls taken apart to have extra cable added.

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  6. Yes, sir! It is getting there indeed . . . we look forward to many exciting accounts of battles fought . . . Congratulations!


    -- Jeff

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    1. With the ability to leave games set up for long periods of time, I suspect the accounts will become long and rambling.

      On the other hand my wireless signal spreads to that end of the garden....I could webcast.....

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    2. I found that my wireless signal (and phone handset) was effectively blocked by the two layers of silver paper on the insulation board.

      I solved that by running an ethernet cable out to the hut.

      Looking good otherwise.

      Jim

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    3. Hadn't thought of that, although internet connection is not essential. I wargame to get away from modern life!

      Likewise the phone.

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  7. Looks bigger and better appointed than some village halls.

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    1. As big as the odd Scout hut I'm sure!

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