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a shed for storing firewood or garden tools

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Conceived by the Woodshed Collective and the playwright Jason Kim, with direction by Teddy Bergman and songs by Helen Park and Max Vernon, KPOP offers a guided, room-by-room tour of a Korean hit factory that is hoping, finally, to capture a market that has long eluded it: the United States.
His investigation becomes more complicated than just finding out what happened after Franks stepped out from his living room to gather a few logs from the woodshed.
Grandfather Dartanyong emerges from his woodshed every morning with a new identity, and great-grandfather thins he is a cuckoo.
From learning which trees produce the best firewood and how to handle and store it to alternative firewood sources, handling weather when building and maintaining a fire, splitting wood and building a woodshed, this handbook is the place to begin for an in-depth education on wood fire construction.
Using an automatic tap the wood must be transported from the cistern to the woodshed.
I decided to solve the problem once and for all by building a sturdy 12-by-16-foot woodshed that would store my wood off the ground, offer protection from any kind of weather, and hold a year's supply at one time.
I really need all of that cash to buy pumps for my pond and plastic for my underground greenhouse that I need to build, which will be next to the biogas plant that will feed my reflux ethanol still and biodiesel plants, which will provide fuel for my off-grid generator, which will supplement my grid-tied solar array, which will be on top of the garage, which will house my fish tank for the aquaponies beds out in the garden that's next to the pergola woodshed that's attached to the garage, south of the 25 raised garden beds.
All created freehand and most in plein air, the canvases depict flattish or relief-like surfaces found in the vicinity of her studio and home in rural western Massachusetts: a boarded-up window frame, a panel used as a mold to pour a cement foundation, a shallow fireplace, a woodshed I door.
CORVALLIS - Arizona State took one of college baseball's best pitching staffs to the Goss Stadium woodshed Sunday.
They remember the unwelcome cold of winter when they had to use the outhouses -- one for boys and one for girls on either side of the woodshed.
The youth gets together his materials to build a bridge to the moon, or, perchance, a palace or temple on the earth, and, at length, the middle-aged man concludes to build a woodshed with them," wrote Henry David Thoreau.
When the decade-old Woodshed Collective conducted a tag sale at the close of its run of The 'burnt, the New York company also emphasized its mission: to present its installation theatre free of charge to the public.
It isn't known if the Americans took the Canadian government out to the woodshed for a little talk about rugs.
Being taken out to the woodshed has never been so pleasant and a visit to a college's admin offices has never been so welcome.