OK, so as to shut-up some of the more vocal of the bunch, Yeh, I'm looking at you Mr Parkinson, I started something with the SHED.
First thing of course is to document the shed, yes, document it. I need to know where each noggin is and where all the cables are, because once the sheeting is in place I cannot easily go peek-a-boo I see you to any of these. So it is out with pen, paper and a measuring instrument or two.
Oh, and of course once I got in there, it is stinking bloody hot - no sh!t Dick Tracey I says to myself - you have only been using it as a drying room for two years! I should have remembered it gets hot in a tin shed - duh! So into shorts and short sleeve shirt and a reminder to self that this all deserves a beer or two at the end of the day :o)
Anyway, so I have the radio blaring away outside on 4KQ as usual and I step into the shed and... hear nothing. Bugger, even without insulation all external sound is muffled. So I remember I have an unused DAB radio somewhere and I go dig it out. With an extension lead plugged in outside I put it in the shed so I can listen to my 4KQ. I turn it on and start working. From time to time I exit the shed and go to the tool room, where the other radio is, an old AM/FM jobbie. Wooooo spacey trippy time warp.
The shed appears to be about 10 to 20 seconds behind mainstream time..... wow, head spins and no alcohol involved!
I wonder if I can use this to my advantage... Oh well, back to my work in my shed.