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Front View of shed - Hobbit Hole, Culvert in place of shed - Hobbit Hole, moss! of shed - Hobbit Hole, rockwork porch with wooly thyme of shed - Hobbit Hole, winter time (I took the sheild off for the winter) of shed - Hobbit Hole, Sheild carving final painting; design by Jen Delythn of shed - Hobbit Hole, New Rock work around the door of shed - Hobbit Hole, Inside packed with garden stuff, waiting for spring of shed - Hobbit Hole,
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Hobbit Hole

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    I wanted place to store my summer tools, and I've always wanted my own Hobbit Hole. Tada! It's just big enough for my mower and tools with shelves and hangers inside, but I like the illusion of a cozy little house. How did we build it? Watch this: http://www.screencast-o-

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    My uncle brought me a piece of culvert which we installed in a hill on my property. After enclosing, covering with moss, and adding doors and art (and a "side door"), the illusion is coming together. Still have a bit of stone work to do, but the overall effect is there. http://www.screencast-o-

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