12' x 24' High Barn Storage Shed

12’x24′ High Barn from Backyard Unlimited. This versatile shed is great for general storage, workshop, rec room, or even for parking your car. Visit our website at www.backyardunlimited.com
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Landera Cedar Shed Willow Assembly & Detail

Landera Cedar Shed Willow Assembly & Detail

Welcome to landera.com.au This video shows the Willow 12 ft x 8 ft, 2.5m x 3.6m cedar shed. We outline some of the basic assembly steps and give you a quick tour of the shed.

Our LANDERA CEDAR SHED range is manufactured in Australia, and constructed using 42 x 42mm termite resistant pine framing and 18mm thick Canadian Western Red Cedar VJ cladding with a Colorbond steel roof. The WILLOW 8 x12 is supplied in an easy to assemble kit with pre-made panels. The panels come in raw timber (not stained or painted) allowing you to select the finish of your choice. Typically time required for assembly is about 2 to 3 hours excluding the floor. The unit can be sited on a concrete base or paved area, or a flooring kit can be used.

You can view our sheds here:
http://www.landera.com.au/timber-garden-sheds

We have special offers on our sheds, currently a free Keter Unity or shelving rack, depending on the size of the shed, check the page above for details.
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10×12 Barn Shed Plans

Build this 10×12 barn style shed with easy to follow plans that come complete with detailed blueprints, materials list, 3d virtual reality feature, building guide, and email support. Learn more about these plans here: https://www.shedking.net/gambrel-shed-plans.html
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Building a Mancave / Workshop / Shed

Building a Mancave / Workshop / Shed

In this video I build a small workshop, mancave, or whatever you want to call it. The plan is to insulate it and use it as an extra workshop to get more space. I used mostly my circular saw for all the cutting.

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10×20 shed plans

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10×20 shed plans
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Longmont Potion Castle Volume VIII – Tough Shed

A classic prank call by LPC pretending to be a Tough Shed shed salesman. Enjoy!!!

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Description from Wikipedia:

Longmont Potion Castle (born 1972 or 1973) is the pseudonym of an anonymous surrealist prank caller who has been active in the Colorado and Los Angeles areas since 1987. Details about his personal life are scarce and his real name is unknown to the public. Over the years, his mostly self-released albums have gained a cult following, notably amongst musicians.

Biography:

The LA Record describes Longmont Potion Castle’s albums as unlike those that most people associate with prank telephone calls, citing that his demeanor is nothing at all like that of The Jerky Boys and Crank Yankers and is actually closer to that of the alternative comedian Neil Hamburger. The magazine goes on to cite some of the topics discussed and parties dialed in the artist’s calls: “peacock bowel, owl bowel, peacock meat, squid meat, gorilla ointment, Nugent, Orange Julius, biblioduwangus, woven bread, moving rope and cords into another state, pleated clothing, the Epiphone Dolphin, pumpkin brew, GG Allin, UPS, and opportunities to engender a coalition with the Vatican.” In a review from the Denver Westword, LPC’s recordings are described as advancing “absurdity as an art form.”

The anonymous artist has himself described the albums he’s made as “phone work” or “absurdist” art rather than the less sophisticated label of “prank phone calls”, and has also said, “They may be dumb, but they’re not stupid”. Those on the receiving end of a Longmont Potion Castle call are often left confused and/or extremely angry, however his calls are rarely mean-spirited in nature. His recordings combine prank calls with sound collages and his own musical compositions, the majority of which are thrash metal instrumentals. Occasionally, Longmont Potion Castle filters his voice through a Digitech RDS 8000 rack-mounted digital delay panel to produce odd sound effects, thus making whoever he has called even more confused.

In 2006, Longmont Potion Castle announced his retirement. In an interview with The Nerve Magazine, he explained that the box set Longbox Option Package would be the final LPC release. However, in 2008 he released a new CD, Longmont Potion Castle Volume 6. In 2009, he released Volume 7 (not to be confused with his 2005 album of the same name released as a part of the Longbox Option Package box set, a disc that contained only thrash metal music). The album featured several celebrity calls, including ones to singer Eddie Money, Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek, and guitarist Rick Derringer. January 2011 saw the release of LPC 8, in which the artist primarily used Skype on a laptop computer to record the calls.