It’s nestled in the edge of the woods beside the cabin, and it’s big enough with the lean-to, to hold a year’s worth of wood for both houses, the generator, wood splitter, lawnmower, and various other tools. Roy built it using the same method as we did for the chicken coop (see construction pictures with that article), which we call “pig trough” construction.
100% of the wood used was left over from what we sawed for the cabin. Even still, we have a few stacks of lumber and cants left. He used recycled tin for the roof, that came off the former workshop/now parent’s house. The cedar posts were some he cut years ago, when someone let him cut off of their property.
The final structure looks like it’s been there for years, and we’re extremely pleased with the whole thing. Roy spent the rest of the summer filling it with wood. Each time I walk out to look around, I find new things he has added to make it even more efficient. Today, I found the fishing poles, in PVC rings, hanging from the rafters.