Ideally, I would have been posting a picture of a completed shed, but a combination or rainy weather and a pukey daughter meant that I lost a lot of time on the weekend. However, I got this accomplished:
It’s a good start, and digging down two or three inches into the gumbo they call soil here in the red river valley after a solid day of rain was a huge undertaking. Having said that, the platform is resting on about 3” of quarter-down gravel roughly levelled and packed. The platform is stilling pretty level as well, and although the 4×4 posts are not particularly square, the platform is dead square. It should hold up well. I’ve anchored the posts with 24” rebar spikes. The platform is made of PT 2×4s at 12” on centre, with 1×6 PT fence/deck boards for the platform itself. Gave my new DeWalt driver a heck of a workout :)
I don’t have a good way to get rid of the sod and clay that I dug up either, so right now it’s in something like 30-35 fairly heavy garbage bags at the curb. Either it will be gone tomorrow (yay garbage day) or I will have a very angry letter from the city :)
I’ll get the shed up next weekend, in theory.
-- I'm just learning how to cut the stuff with some other stuff...