Self-reliance and sustainability in the 21st century.
When Oseychuk’s wife suggested that he build a garden shed, she pictured something simple. “We were standing in our old raspberry patch,” he says, “when my wife, Lee, suggested that we rip it all out and construct a garden shed — one that could be built in a weekend.”
A weekend project wasn’t in the cards for Oseychuk, but an intricate, award-winning garden shed was. He constructed the shed from old fir logs he had been saving and employed the help of some friends and family for the heavy lifting. The most difficult part of the shed — and probably also the most unique — was its curved roof.
What was meant to be a weekend project turned into a labor of love that lasted three and a half months. The result, however, was well worth the wait.
The winners of Wood-Mizer’s personal best contest have built some impressive shelters. What has been your personal best construction project?
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