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@redpillschool I'm shocked to my core.
Who thought paying for images that are already fully available and indistinguishable from the original without having any practical differences beyond sentiment would crater in the marketplace compared to their free counterparts?
I'm just astounded
The back roof of the container is going up. This will the main place to store 3-5m long poles and boards. It's not easy to find really good places to store that kind of stuff. This will be fairly dry because my worker is making some side walls for the roof that will block almost all diagonal rain. If it's really crazy then the house will block most of it.
I figure that there is about another week of roof and flooring work until some basic beatification work starts.
We're going to put lacquered wood strips on at least the front. Probably on both sides as well. It will make an industrial looking both into an elegant piece of art (like the chicken house). It will also prevent the wind from directly cooling the metal. On the side will be cheap styrofoam and OSB. So it should be fairly warm.
The container is coming along. This roof extension is going to provide invaluable dry storage in a few years when I'm greatly expanding my house. The problem is that I'll be losing my current stone shed in that process. That stone shed is made of expensive materials, but it's overall not built well enough to preserve it.
We'll probably be putting some extra vertical rain guards on the roof to prevent diagonal storm rain from penetrating deep into the roof area. This will increase the amount of premium storage here. Basically half of the area will be very safe from rain, and the rest will be only "pretty good". Some materials cannot become wet at all, and others can handle a few misty sprinkles.
My worker picked up this very heavy window grate for $18.50. It can be used for vines.
My ongoing order is: "If it's metal and a good price then buy it". I'm told that I missed out on a half-price deal to buy a large 3mm sheet of metal from someone. When my new container is online then I'll be able to snatch up anything that comes up with anyone. I figure that I'll just buy a massive amount of metal. Then if I either need it, or a friend does then it will be all good. Up to a staggering amount of metal, I just don't see how I can lose.