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  • elsie123 wrote (see)

    fantastic what will you use it for

    going too sit in there cup of coffee and a ciggie thanks

  • ponddigger cheers just nailed them and filled the palletts up with soil and stone image

  • Hi marty,I would use it for my own little retreat and maybe plant some pretty plants at the entrance on either side.Id put a little bench there , maybe you could build one from pallets also,.It could store garden tools and such too. Very Handy I love it  Ta Debra

  • Well done martymower, all i could manage with pallets was a compost bin. I am building a bug hotel at the bottom of the garden. Its still a work in process.

    I was given a bag of odds and ends of wool so habe taught myself to knit and have knitted a teapot 2 cups and saucers and 4 cup cakes. They have an odd catergory at the allotment show so maybe i will enter them. The cakes are calorie free.

  • Bunny ...Bunny ... Posts: 3,471
    Maud maybe you should knit some veg and enter those image
  • artjakartjak Posts: 4,167

    If you filled the palletts with soil and stone could you plant alpines, thrift, etc in the walls?

  • I want one!image

  •  hi ,here is a video of pallet house construction jack



  • ponddigger wrote (see)

    hi marty.lovely job.2 questions did you join the pallets togeather,and what did you make your roof out of .  jack

    hi ponddiger answers to your questions are just nailing palletts together with nails it seem like the soil and stones just held the palletts stay inplace and the roof they are old floor boards i found hope this helps

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