No way to get a concrete mixer back there
I didn't want to push a wheelbarrow back and forth
I didn't want to pay for a concrete truck and cement pump
And I wanted to do it an hour or so at a time, if it took a year it didn't matter
And I had to use the shed during that time...
So I decided to pour cement pavers and stock pile them until I had enough for the whole floor and could lay them.
You'll notice from some of the following photos that my shed is a little unusual.
Step 1: Build a Form
For my shed I needed nearly 30 pavers of this size. For the first 10 or so I made a form that held a single paver but when that form needed to be replaced I built one that held three. Both of these forms had issues, I would build forms of two next time. The single was slow and the triple was VERY heavy to turn over and the middle paver was hard to get out.
I also found a float handle and screwed a bit of plywood to it for flattening off the pavers... any bit of wood would work just as well.
Step 2: Pouring Pavers
Hopefully all that will help the cement last longer but I didn't notice any outward variation.