Everyone Needs A Shed

Life and Games (but mostly games) from Tony Boydell: Dad, Husband and Independent UK Game Designer.
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Exhibit - A

Anthony Boydell
United Kingdom
Newent. Glos
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Every homo sapiens needs an outbuilding within the curtelage of their property
Welcome...to my Shed!
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Yesterday, I nipped into Newent during my lunch break to finally get a look inside my preferred location for the Museum in The Shambles 'arcade':
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That splendid display window:
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...from the outside...

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...and from the inside.

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The other corner - the pointy bit.

The unit is the first thing you see when you enter the courtyard from the main street - this is a Good ThingTM - and is plenty big enough to get started. At the moment it's full of all sorts of survivalist gear and Vape refills...but that's all going to be moved out by the end of the month, making way for me to:
a) tidy up;
b) re-touch the paintwork;
c) open up the display window to be a mini exhibit room; and,
d) move my shit in!
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Now the search is seriously on for some display cabinets or - at the very least - sturdy, level shelves that I can affix perspex sheets to! And, of course, I must return my attention to the Patreon pages...
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