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Thanks @Jason for the link you provided, it was helpful and encouraging to read. Of the dozen or so projects I’m planning, two are slowly underway and I’m certainly learning that Rome wasn’t built in a day!!
Hi Gayle, welcome to the community.
I agree with any reason to walk down those aisles and walking out with something that wasn't even on the list or radar no less ha-ha
That's a decent chook run, hope it all goes well.
There probably are other like minded discussions on chook runs on the workshop but my sugggestion is unless you're retired and mostly home, make sure you put in a solar powered doggy style door that will lift and stay open after dawn and lock down shut after dark so no foxes can devastate your birds as I once had when I arrived home late just once!!
I saw your post about the raised garden beds. I recommend staying focused and finishing one project at a time. Once your garden is complete, you can then tackle the chicken run. I suggest making a list, this will allow you to bring together all the great ideas that you saw. Please keep us updated, we look forward to seeing your garden makeover complete. You can do it!
Just like my rank - I am newbie in the world of DYI of things, but never scared of giving it a shot.
Passionate about perfecting the art of "doing it right yourselves".
Hope to learn a lot and contribute to the community.
Between, @Jason .. Thats just sausage in bread!
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. Thank you so much for joining us. Whether you're a newbie or a long-time member everyone is welcome here in our community. If you have any projects you're about to start please let us know, our ever-helpful members would be more than happy to give you advice and information should you need it.
We look forward to seeing your projects.
Hello Workshop Community!
For those of you who don't know me yet, my name is Katie and I am the latest member of the Bunnings Workshop Team.
Enough about me, what about you all!? It would be lovely getting to know all of Workshop's community members, so please keep this thread going and tell me a bit more about yourself
I'm Cat, I just bought a house and I am trying to get it up to snuff before I move in, with inevitable continuing projects afterward. Currently dealing with nicotine stained walls, painting, reflooring and general maintenance of the property. My local Bunnings just about expects me every day at the moment!
Working on documenting the process sporadically and will likely have a thousand questions posted on here before I'm done!
HI @seannami (Cat)
Congratulations on getting a new house. I wholeheartedly agree getting your house ship-shape before moving in is a daunting task. I remember before moving into our first home. I had to paint the entire interior of the house before my wife set foot in the place. It will seem like there is no end to the many things that need to be done but trust me when I say, you will eventually get there.
Please keep us updated with your progress, we look forward to seeing your questions about your house project.