Shed foundation on sloping yard
Hi, I am trying to build a 10' x 10' Gable shed on my rear yard which has a slope. Looking at the attached diagram, if ABCD is my shed with A as highest point in the yard then B is 11" deep, C is 19" deep and D is 22" inch deep
I plan to create 9 support points, dig the grade, put gravel and place 4" * 8" * 12" solid cement blocks (stacked as needed) to cover the slope.
I would then run 3No. 4" * 4" * 10' on the support points and place the floor frame of the shed on these runners and nail the runners and floor frame.
I might use some masonry caulk between runners and cement block to ensure they won't skid.
Do you think this will work?