The shed is very roomy and stable; I think it's a 10x20. It's built on skids and is solid; however, this season I'll give it a fresh coat of paint, maybe the metal roof will get another protective coat as well.
The shed is set back in the woods, but it's still within view of anyone on the lake --- which the people on the lake are supposed to be land-owners of our neighborhood or their guests, but you know how that can be. Still, I don't like the shed being so easy to spot.
I'm thinking about going "Duck Dynasty" style to give the shed a "happy, happy" camouflage paint job. At least the old shed wouldn't stick out like a white banner in the distance to anyone approaching the area.
Honey, in this area, you are in THE woods, so I'm always careful to watch for snakes when approaching this shed, along with wasps and hornets and spiders and bears, oh my!
This little shed gives a great view toward the lake. Makes me wish we had a tiny cabin right here, on stilts for height to give a better view of lake. And a front lake-view deck would be awesome!
I need to do the thing I used to do with my kids when they were young and wanted something...I need to do my "I Dream of Jeannie" arm-fold and head-nod and blink my eyes to see if I've acquired such talent. Sure would be nice.
For now, I'm happy this old shed is doing so great and I look forward to giving it a fresh coat of paint so it can be rejuvenated.
Every little detail counts. Soon, we'll be filling that shed back up with fun lake toys. I better start going to Academy and Walmart to check out some awesome things, or I might be able to find a second-hand paddle boat.
Maybe I'll be able to put some fun things back into that shed for us to enjoy for a long time to come. I've got a lot of family and friends who would be eager to enjoy it all with us, so I better get into gear.
And for the big lake down the road...it's nice, but it's even nicer to have a beautiful tree-lined lake in your own backyard.
I'm certainly not going to complain.