Grandads shed was full of tools and spanners. We weren't allowed in. After he died it took months to sort out. Unfortunately most of the contents seem to have ended up in my dads garage. Anyone one want a set of imperial sized spanners suitable for buses or tanks?
I don't remember grandpa having a shed, but he did have a lean to greenhouse that he brewed some rediculously strong wine in
My grandfather had a small but beautiful garden. His shed was part of the garage, but inside he had a window facing south.
On the bench in front of the window were his cuttings and seed trays.
It was full of all sorts of cutting and seeds in pots and trays.
It was there he helped me sow my first tomato plant.
From the day the seed germinated I was hooked.
I shall always be grateful to him for taking the time to plant the gardening bug in my head.
RIP grandad and thanks.xxx
I remember my grandad had a petrol lawn mower. I burnt my hand on the hot engine part, I must have been about 3 years old. Hurt quite a bit at the time, but my grandad could do no wrong in my eyes and I still followed him about in the garden while he cut the grass.
It seemed a huge garden when I was small, full of places to explore and play, but when I visit my nan's house now, my grandad died some 20 years ago, the garden doesn't seem so big.
Many fond memories