I made a template for brackets for the shelves in the toolshed. It didn't work. The brackets had offset holes. But it turned out some were on the left and some were on the right. So I still had tpo "wing it". Worked.
An 8'x12' toolshed doesn't mean the INSIDES are that size. I went crazy cutting the shelves down to lenth to fit. And 1/4" short so they could expand from humidity.
I saw a groundhog at the far end of the yard yesterday. He saw me too and went to his borrow. Under the toolshed! I have to chase it out.
But first, I have to clear 50'x50' of brambles. Several possibilities. Hire someone (tried that and failed. Too small an area for them to bother with). Tried cutting them with a hedge trimmer then a chain saw. The brambles just kept falling on me with difficukty getting loose of them.
It looks like I am finally going to have to use the gas weed whacker with the steel blades. It scares me, but if I am careful...
I'll make sure the neighbor is available in case of an accident.
Saw a picture of a cool way to make a circular saw 45 degree angle cutter in a woodworking magazine. Cheap materials but great results. Bought the hardboard piece today. If it works, I'll show pictures.