… and the second rack/shelf is finished. Next .. I will be fixing the bit I screwed up. Remember .. I was looking at the plans .. upside down .. so the shelf heights are off .. AND .. I was .100″ too short on the wall to boot. That means the top shelf is just barely peeking out. Man …
So to fix. I got to thinking. They slatted the shelves for the hoses so they could drain etc. Ok. Check. My question is .. if you have wet, damp hoses .. why is the structure not ventilated? Seems to me .. logically .. that venting wet items would help keep them from mold and rot. Shrug. In any case .. I can MAKE a case .. for venting the top of the structure. This also .. just happens .. to let me fix that shelf height, wall height .. oopsie. I will add about a scale foot to the top complete with ventilation .. probably slats. I will remove the 2×4 above the door opening .. and that should fix everything nicely. Later on once that is done and I add a roof I will most likely add to the overhand so those slats are protected from rain. That is for later.