If you are leaving your sheds for sunnier clims then you need to get some books in.
Iam taking two of these but If i had room in my case these are the all the books I would take
Sheds on the Seashore: A Tour Through Beach Hut History
Something for the beach huts history buffs amongst you a great read by former shed judge Kathryn Ferry, but I would have liked more pictures but I think that sums up me more than the book
The Shed Book – Gordon Thorburn & Gareth Jones
The Bumper edition of the original shed men and men and sheds – so all the shed inspiration you could want in one tome.
Allotted Time: Two Blokes, One Shed, No Idea by Robin Shelton
A good read for any budding allotment owners, of course think of the shed first.
James May’s Magnificent Machines: How Men in Sheds Have Changed Our Lives
Telly’s James May from that top gear and other shows writes about things we may know already that sheds played a major part in Britains culture in term,s of inventions and making things
Maybe not with a shed bent but these are a good read
Screw Work, Let’s Play: How to Do What You Love and Get Paid for it by John Williams
Maybe you want to start something new in your shed? this book gives you the boost to try it!
Brew Your Own British Real Ale
Do you know someone looking to brew their own bere maybe in a wooden outbuilding (cough, me) then a great book if you want to try something after the basic kits.
anyway enjoy your hols I know I will, and maybe I will come back with either a positive attitude of giving it all up and working from the shed or just brew my own beer – a mix of the two would be good.