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Yay! The blower is in the shed

I know that might sound crazy to some of you, but it took me 2 hours and alot of cleaning but she is in! So now the weed whacker, the lawn mower, the single stage snowblower and the 2 stage monster Noma are all in the shed....along with the rest of the stuff..... The Noma BARELY fits...but I can close the doors...hehehe...now to run a power cord out there so I can use the electric start. Let it snow!
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post #2 of 5 Old 01-15-2012, 09:19 AM
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I'm envious. You have room for all your stuff.
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I'm envious. You have room for all your stuff.
I added a shed (visible in the corner of this shot) for more storage. I have another one the same size, this one just added to it for now.


I would have preferred to add another bay to the garage, but not in the cards at this time.
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I know what it's like to not have enough room to store my treasures (some people call it junk). Currently I have enough space indoors for all of my equipment except one riding mower that it under a tarp behind one of my sheds.

Good job on getting your snowblower to fit in your shed!

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