Have you seen any old above ground pools dismantled just laying around? The wall around the outside works great for roofing. The only drawback is that it will sweat and drip if you don't use some type of underlay.I picked up 4 sheets of plywood yesterday at the Restore to use for flooring and the walls I still need to come up with something for the roof.
Mike,For future reference, you'd be much better off using all treated lumber. The design is great, tho. A tin roof is an easy, inexpensive finish.
A friend of mine gave me a couple of old plastic truck bedliners....they work great for treestands.I picked up 4 sheets of plywood yesterday at the Restore to use for flooring and the walls I still need to come up with something for the roof.
The plywood came from the Habitat for Humanity Re-store. The legs are 6’ 4x4’s at an angle. It’s about 5’ off the ground . The inside height is just over six feet so I don’t bump my 5’-11” head.Nice....what kind of plywood did you use and how tall is it?
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