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I live in a place where it snows maybe twice a year. Recently we got a good five inch snowfall, which qualifies as a lot here. I decided ...
Go get a five gallon bucket. Stare at it. Think angry thoughts at it. By the end of this project you will hate that bucket more than anything ...
I went an got another bucket, the same size and type as the first. Using my trusty reciprocating saw, I cut a slit all the way down one side of ...
This is fairly open ended, but here's a list of things you should or can have. The double-bucket tool from the last step A shovel to get snow ...
If you haven't figured this out by now, here goes. To use the bucket system, take the cut bucket and stick it inside the normal bucket. Pack the nested ...
This is optional, depending on your structure. I made a framework from random pieces of lumber and fence posts, which I laid out in a grid on top of the ...
There we go. It lasted about four days before collapsing. The pile of snow lasted for another 3 days after the collapse. My dogs used it as a ...
This is by no means meant for a shelter, more for fun. If you have little kids, I definitely would not recommend a roof. For those who play ...
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