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    A Scrap Shack

    Anyone else have a shack in the woods they store scrap in? Also how do I upload pictures onto here?


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    You have to have at least 10 posts to upload photos on the forum. Some previous members created video's on how to down load photo's. I am sorry I cannot give you details, but if you use the search bar in the upper right hand corner you will find those threads.

    I have plenty of shacks that I use for scrapping. Most of my scrap is stored outside and brought in to be broken down. One game I play is trying to move enough metal inside to keep me busy for the day without extra that I have to say good bye to in the evening. I use grain bins cut in half for my shelters in rural areas. Thee provide protection from the elements on two sides and the roof. When the conditions are really bad I will block one end with machinery or the other half of the grain bin. As a project is completed the bin is added to the top of the last load and scrapped. A shed on my property is used to store and break down non ferrous items that I collect from various farms. Just some ideas for those interested.
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    You can provide the picture directly in your post using the "Insert Image" link after post 10 on the forum.



    I recently did this by uploading photos to a free service like photobucket. Click "Insert Image" and insert the URL of the photo uploaded at photobucket or similar site.

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