Tyddyn Uchaf



Liz wrote:
"Hi Melissa, I live in Worcestershire, U.K thought I would send you pics of my shed, bought second hand 25 years ago, then used as a tack and rubbish store till last year when I tore it down all by myself, swung the base round, repositioned it so it faced the sun and rebuilt all the bits and put a corrugated roof on. I call it Tyddyn Uchaf, which is Welsh for upper small holding, its name plaque taken from the now tumble down ruin where I lived 40 years ago on the Isle of Anglesey, now I use it to sit and spin in."



If you look closely, you can see that Liz literally means 'sit and spin' as there is a spinning wheel inside:



Happy spinning, Liz. Your shed is lovely.

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