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This week I finally got the top on the boat shed I have been working on. I am happy to say that the boat is dry even though it is raining quite heavily out right now. I am working on a blog write up with the details of the shed build. I have a bit more rock to spread and am going to enclose the ends at some point but for now this is good enough to get started. Let the refit begin!
 

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Rhap,

I think it will hold up just fine, I may have to replace the top tarp at some point. I have read that they last about 2 yrs. So I assume at some point I will have to replace the tarp during the refit. The structure is zinc and galvanized coated so I am not worried about rust for a long while.
 

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Looks good. If it's visible to your neighbours, an Army surplus camo net thrown over it will reduce the visual impact and the likelihood of complaints.
 
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