I find if you think of things in smaller bite sized chunks, then the job aint half as scary. i.e. i just need to erect this steelwork. Then I just need to build these blocks etc etc Yes plenty mistakes were make along the way, yes its not a pro job, yes it would be better with insulated sheets etc etc But hey, I learned a lot doing this and I think it looks perfectly OK as the almost finished article.
The challenge for me now is to keep on and finish the ramp and other final bits and not just work on projects inside it.
first time it has ran in rearly a year, no headers so a bit throaty Had a job getting it to fire, so i fitted a makeshift fuel tank from a diesle heater in the bay to make sure it was getting fresh gas. A jump start from the old skoda and away it went. It may be in there for quite some time.
Next piece of work about to commence on the lockup. I currently use a 20’ porta cabin for a home office. It’s been there 10 years and looks pretty rough. It needs to go. Have collected some timber frames, insulation and corrugated tin and shall construct a small office in the corner of the workshop. Just needs to be big enough to work in and space for the dog. Makes it easier to heat and less space to collect rubbish