"It is nice to look up and see the pheasants strutting about outside, but the best thing about the shed is its absolutely quintessential smell of sheds."
Saturday, January 31, 2009
Novelist Louis de Bernières features in the always excellent Writers' rooms column in The Guardian which has proudly featured so many shedworkers in the past. de Bernières is a particularly staunch shedworker saying: "Anyone who works at home needs a refuge from the rest of the household, as far from the house as possible, and definitely without a phone." He has installed his own solar panel system in the garden office to supply power to his lights, laptop and music system: the shed is heated by gas bottle and caravan heater with a camping stove nearby for making tea. But as he adds:
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