My Garden Office

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Meanqueen
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You've done a good job there Richard, looks real cosy. I quite fancy a den in the garden, somewhere to escape to, a little bolt hole to hide in. >fi<
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So who are you hiding from Ilona?

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Richard wrote:
Security is key. This is an old webpage of mine with some security tips (when I had a 6x4 shed, a wee bit too small!) That's now the Chicken Shed!)

http://www.downthelane.net/moneysavingtips/home-practicalities/securing-a-shed/

Richard )t' )t'


Very good tips, thank you :-D
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Just going a little )ot: but welcome back Lillia,you have been a bit frugal with you posts of late.lol.
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paddy graham wrote:Just going a little )ot: but welcome back Lillia,you have been a bit frugal with you posts of late.lol.

Hahaha, Paddy~ )grin2(
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