This shack stood on the same concrete base that the original wooden shack used; except the first had a small 'house' either side where the goats were kept. It was in the original shack that Arthur and Gay stayed when they were building their house. It sat at the near the end of the lower boundary, well out of sight of the house once it was built and the conifers had gained some maturity. Nearby Gay planted Philadelphus and other shrubs, and a rash of lily of the valley, some of which came to Italy with me when we moved.
As the nearby trees matured, none of which apart from Prunus padus 'Watereri' were very special, the corrugated roof filled with debris. A colony of Claytonia sibirica filled the sheets with delightful pale pink flowers.