It started out a big shaky but it ended up being a great evening. Only shaky because I was nervous, excited, anxious about the big arrival. They expected to be there between 5-6:30 p.m. At about 4:30 p.m. a thunderstorm moved through. Thankfully, it did not last long. And even, more thankfully my husband made it home safely. He was leaving work when a bolt of lightning scared the beejeebies out of him. He knew it was close. Later we heard that it hit the school where he works...maybe about 100 yards or so from where he had been standing. Yikes!!
Finally a little after 7 p.m. we saw this...
Our delivery guy, Paul, was a total pro. He lined it up perfectly and then used his remote control to move the shed over the gravel pad. Seriously, a remote control!
When it was positioned he told the truck to drop it. I still can't get over the fact that one guy was able to do this by himself.
Looks so much better than that old shed :)
My husband and his dad decided it might not be completely level. The level confirmed it is a little lower in the front right corner. If we had realized it before he left Paul would have shimmed it. They checked it after he left, so they will shim it themselves sometime in the near future.
I am a very happy girl. The decision making process always seems agonizing. But I do think we made a good one. Now begins the process of filling it up in a neat organized manner. I have been teasing my husband that it is his new mancave...
Following the shed delivery we relaxed on our new-to-us couches, ate Salsa Verde Chicken Tostadas and watched the Seahawks take it to the Packers on opening night of the NFL. My husband is so happy to have football back :)
Have a good weekend, everyone!