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Old 01-05-2021, 03:45 AM   #81 (permalink)
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I finally put the shed in its final position. I used my floor jack to adjust it a few inches to the side, then the farm jack to get it off of the rollers. However, when I put the bag and a half of gravel that I lad leftover under the shed I forgot it needed to go under the 4x4s, not the edges, but it only covered about 10% of that strip.

The neighbor told me that he informed Mom that he was ordering a truckload of gravel and that she said that she would like to add to his order for my parking spot next to the driveway.

Of course, Mom insists that this conversation never happens--and that I am the one with the bad memory.

When he says he is ordering the gravel I will figure out how much I need. Then, once I am finished moving the shed, I will finally install the insulation and drywall.

I guess that I need to use cargo straps to secure the tarps and dropcloths to the lumber out back. That makes more sense than moving a shed full of lumber, drywall, and insulation.
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Just so you know: there are by my count 26 square point shovel loads to the wheelbarrow load, of which it takes 4 1/2 trips to make a yard which will cover about 100 square feet about 3" deep deending on size. Pea gravel spreads less than 3/8" which spreads less than 1/2". Hopefully the delivery charge is a flat fee because you probably need at least 3 yards

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