Project for Sienna's shed and the space for the tiny homes and removable dwellings
Wed, May 4
@Timotheos - I believe this was destroyed due to exposure. Chuck it back in if I'm wrong!
In light of my post/changes in the other Visitor's Shower job, I think this can be canned as we really only need one project task @Timotheos - will chuck it in to review for ya.
Considering how long the first one is lasting we'll probably only need to swap between the two. You can probably scrap this job if you want to de-clutter @Timotheos
@Timotheos - I am perfectly happy with the way the IBCs are at the moment and just very lightly chlorinating them occasionally instead. If in future other people want to regularly use those IBCs, we'll end up having to pump water from the creek - which is fine but whether they're covered or not will need be treated anyway. Additionally, the water is perfectly fine for washing and bathing and it's not difficult to bring drinking water in. Thoughts?
Hey @Timotheos. Seeings I've had nothing but issues with my gas hot water system and outdoor shower - if we're still wanting to construct a private shower for visitors I think it will be best to do something separate. Mine works for my needs but is extremely difficult and complicated to use. I constantly have to repair it and it's just not suitable for common use.
Sun, May 1
Feb 12 2022
this is done. There's a long enough hose for fire contol too
Sadly, since my original foray I have not been able to find any parties interested in removing the tank.
This will be done by the end of the weekend. I am also putting an outlet pipe on the original which may alleviate the condensation issue somewhat.
I am reasonably sure this is done now, @Dylan? :)
Do you think the rusted diesel tank is heavy? Would we need to angle grind it up into smaller pieces to remove it?
Actually @DylanReo, this task was for a safari tent that was not the same as the Friend Tent (which you removed). The safari tent wasn't holding up to the wind at the time, so it was packed up and moved to the Upper Shed, so hopefully its fabric is still good. We might be able to use it for something, or try setting it up again with a permanent frame.
Oct 28 2021
Oct 19 2021
Alas she was too fargone... Therefore I have moved this task over here.
Oct 8 2021
It looks like I'll be welding a frame for this in my next free time :)