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    The floor looks great

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    I made my mini-gate to stop them escaping when I open the door, it's wonky as anything but does the job
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    That looks fantastic!

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    New photos!!!

    1st job today... putting a catch on shed door to keep it open.



    Found a local place that makes/sells aviary panels & doors.
    Bought a door for 25-bargain!


    2nd job.... Put door on shed!



    3rd job... Catch on aviary door to keep door closed (can see bottom right of door)


    Only problem is, the aviary door is lower than shed door....guess how many times I've bashed my head already?!?
    Which leads me into 4th job...."Mind your Head" sign!!

    Hopefully bunnies will be given the keys to their new home in the next day.

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    You have done a great job with that, lucky bunnies. Well done on getting the aviary door. We made ours, but it was really fiddly and I regret not meshing the inner door, as it's a bit dark in there. Here's a pic, but you may have seen it on my thread x



    Also, it's a bit of a pain climbing over the bottom section, but the idea was that they can't run out when we open the door.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheThreeB's View Post
    You have done a great job with that, lucky bunnies. Well done on getting the aviary door. We made ours, but it was really fiddly and I regret not meshing the inner door, as it's a bit dark in there. Here's a pic, but you may have seen it on my thread x



    Also, it's a bit of a pain climbing over the bottom section, but the idea was that they can't run out when we open the door.
    That looks brilliant, TheThreeB's!
    I did toy with the idea of making my own, but I couldn't have made it as cheaply as I bought new one! Also, my DIY "skills" are sorely lacking

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    @TheThreeB's..bet climbing over bottom section isn't as much of a pain as bashing your head every time

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    Yeah, by the time we got the mesh, wood and tools, we have probably spent more, although I do have lots of mesh left for other things.

    It's all my dh's handy-work, I mostly passed him the tacks lol x

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    Yes I can imagine constantly banging your head is no fun x

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