Thoughts about a small tin garden shed in a cold climate

I think “the whole thing” makes the rigidity it is not beam and post. This is how our shed is made. It does not use “sine wave” corrugation. It’s “square wave” corrugation. Which gives it more rigidity when the panels are joined together and overlapping. This also gives the walls better “snow load” for taking weight… Continue reading Thoughts about a small tin garden shed in a cold climate

Havilah House Spaces

Continuing my thoughts about Havilah House, I have this notion that it would be wonderful to have a few cabins as well as an outside kitchen and shower and a long drop toilet, not literally but in appearance, and connected to the septic tank system. The Outdoor Shower  This is something I have often wished… Continue reading Havilah House Spaces

Small Cabin Planning

On the 14th of March 2020, Mark, Louise and I set out to the Beerwah Bunker to purchase timber for the cabin we’ve been planning to build. The best way to complete a project is to begin. I am pleased I brought my friend Mark with us because he introduced the idea of using standard… Continue reading Small Cabin Planning

Compu Chlor Chlorinator and Grasslin Time Clock

These Grasslin Clock Switches are typically used on Chlorinators which before more easily accessible technologies became available. would naturally suite mechanical clock switches. Of course the clock is powered by electricity, if you listen carefully you can here a sort of motor whirring.  There are sort of mechanical hours and half hours on the dial… Continue reading Compu Chlor Chlorinator and Grasslin Time Clock