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Getting a Shed Start

by Chris Schroder
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Dock Tales, Part 11

When Bennick Grading finished the small gravel car path to a flat spot above my dock, I knew what I needed to do next: buy a bunch of stuff – primarily tents, floats and landscaping tools. 

Being the city boy I was, it didn’t take me too long to realize I couldn’t keep hauling this stuff on the four-hour drive back home. So that influenced what I needed to buy next: a place to hold all my new stuff.

My new HOA rules allowed one utility building per parcel, but stipulated it could not be imported. It had to be “stick-built.”

Chris Schroder, The 100 Companies

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