Bottom Line… Reeds Ferry Sheds has moved to our bigger better factory-showroom. We are now at 3 Tracy Lane, the corner of Rt 102, at the Hudson-Londonderry NH town line. Remember back in the ’70’s when you moved? You would tell the gas, phone, and electric companies; fill out a simple form at the post…Read More
Reeds Ferry Sheds -We Laugh in the Face of Winter
The “Shed Ferry” moved to the Colonies from England in 1712. Since that time I remember 2 very bad winters in New England. The first was during the winter of 1852 when it snowed 123 straight days. I can’t tell you exactly how much snow there was because in the mid-nineteenth century snowfall was not…Read More
Shed of the Year Nominee
Nominated September 28th 2010. A 12×20 Reeds Ferry Cedar Grand Victorian has been nominated Shed of The Year by the Academy of Shed Arts & Construction Science. The attractive shed (below) is the first nominee announced in 2010 for the coveted award. The Academy nominates sheds based upon uniqueness of design, quality of construction, and…Read More
What does a Shed Ferry look like?
Like most blogs, nobody reads this one… The Shed Ferry realizes he’s not going to compete with Arianna Huffington. In fact, the only person that read my inaugural blog was the owner of Reeds Ferry Sheds. After reading the blog he said, “Thank you Shed Ferry, but try not to make us look like a…Read More