I went out to help him move the sides. Hopeless. I phoned my lovely brother, who came over that afternoon and between them (and some specially made straps) they managed to shift. it.
DH then dug out the new foundations, and I dug out two blackcurrant bushes that were in the way. I felt very sad about it. They were old bushes, but thanks to some careful pruning over the last 2 years, they came back into good production this year. Their demise was unavoidable.
A small cherry tree also had to go.
The Kiwi...well, we're trying to see if we can keep the kiwi. It's going to be a very close thing - we're talking an inch or two.
Lovely Brother also came to help DH do the concreting. This was much better than me helping because, (a) there is less bickering, and (b) they both know what they are doing so can get on with it without explanation.
And finally, the old shed has been repositioned and re-mantled in it's new home DH had to put in a new roof panel, but that was the only casualty. . It's also been freshly painted, and it hasn't looked this well cared for since it was built the first time, many years ago now. It is also right in the corner of the garden, in an area previously used for compost bins and piles of carp, so it's not really taking up that much room IYSWIM.
No word yet on expected delivery date of the Summerhouse.
Probably just as well, as we have to make some decisions about electrics and stuff. At the moment we're snapping about lighting. I can't wait until we start arguing about paint colour. Or location of switches. Or what's going in it.
I haven't even begun to think about my mobile bar yet.