Anyway, a friend and I dismantled it, and it was shipped off to our local Riding for Disabled centre. The cubby house had originally been gifted to us by a heartkids family, so we thought it deserved to go onto other kids with disabilities. Anyway, here it is, all put together at its new home (yes we headed out and reconstructed it as well.... well the kids were on riding camp, what better way to go visit them!) Hopefully the kids out there are getting lots of fun out of it, and we still get to visit it once a wee.
Shade cloth was wrapped around next (and a few braces)
Looking great isn't it!
Extra area over one bench was also utilised.
Then I got to fill the stands. The kiwi green pots are going to lost in the near future as they hold memories that I no longer want, and seriously I never really liked the colour. I was just happy to go along with a group decision. I'll be glad to never see that colour again.
Looks fantastic though doesn't it!!!
There's a door to the right of this that allows you to walk behind the back shed. I'm using that area for pot storage mainly. It's only about 1m wide, so not big enough for plants.
For Xmas mum gifted me with some extra shade cloth and a handyman to install. So this area now has approximately a 5m square area under 50% shade cloth. Things are progressing... just slowly.