Studio Beginnings

Here’s the south facing wall of my studio/aka the old chickenhouse…

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The windows are covered in chicken wire…
with traces of plastic sheeting left wafting in the breeze…
The tiny picket door needs a latch to hold it closed…
The wood door needs its hinges tightened so it doesn’t take a BIG SHOVE to open or close it…
The pile of garbage to be hauled away will grow…
Here’s a view from inside…
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After a bit…
it looks like this…
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You enter the door and to the right are the nest boxes…
and various unknown articles…
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The front boards hide 3 inches of straw and chicken manure and dust…
With a face mask, a hose, and bleach, I attack the nest boxes to turn them into shelving…
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Lo! and behold…
I like it!
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Though they don’t sparkle yet…
90% of the crud is gone…
Another day of scraping and washing…
and they’ll be ready for books and art supplies and treasures other than eggs…
Who am I kidding?
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It works now for chinking repair wood, hose nozzles, a hatchet, a fishing pole (just in case), and my first treasure an older license plate…
I declare this MY territory!
<<More on chinking repair in the days to come!>>

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