This is what greeted me when I opened the curtains this morning. It was windy overnight, but not that windy surely? NAH's going to make a temporary repair this afternoon (i.e. make it watertight) then do the full job this summer, bless him. I wonder if I can persuade him to use those nice cedar tiles or maybe make a living roof?


  1. I could live in that shed, well once the roof is fixed, it is very grand. A living roof please. x

  2. Whew-it was either freakily windy down there or that squirrel has been busy!! I like toe sound of the living roof too...
    see you tomorrow.

  3. I'm just a teeny bit envious looking at that rather palatial shed!

  4. I just called my husband in here to look at your shed. With any luck I may get one like it.

  5. That's just about the prettiest shed I've ever seen!

  6. I vote for the living roof. It is a gorgeous shed ... it looks as if there was a busy critter working on the roof during that night!

  7. what a lovely shed that is. Almost too nice for a shed

  8. The winds must have got up down there to do that damage - what a shame. Hope that it's soon patched up - another vote here for a living roof !

  9. Hi - glad you like our shed. We bought it from 'Shed World' in Bristol (I kid you not), where it's described as a Summerhouse. We just call it a 'Shed with windows'. I do have my potting bench in there...

    aunt debbi - hope you get your heart's desire :)

    I see the living roof's the winner :)


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