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These photo's shown what one year can mean in a shop, first 14 are July 2009. The next 5 are today.
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Lamentations 3:22-23

"How often we sacrifice the permanent plans of God on the altar of immediate solutions"

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Continued the current shop pic's. The last 2 are the garage next to shop.
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Wisdom: Where experience and knowledge combine and become one.

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Lamentations 3:22-23

"How often we sacrifice the permanent plans of God on the altar of immediate solutions"

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WOW!!

Have you grown and expanded.

New tools and a garage full of wood...a woodworker's dream.

Are you going to build a new garage for the cars?

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Very nice! It is always interesting to see how a work shop evolves over time!
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Very Nice Jerry, but I don't see the Jeep ?

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Jerry I remember when you started your shop and I commented on how big a space you had! It has certainly filled up nicely since then. Congratulations on a awesome shop!

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Two car garage up, the Jeep is, as always, in the garage up there. I kicked my son's car out!!

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I think the words "filled up" apply here for sure.

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Jerry I remember when you started your shop and I commented on how big a space you had! It has certainly filled up nicely since then. Congratulations on a awesome shop!

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Hi Jerry,

As being just one of many who has followed your thread when you started "your shop". I will say this, you've spent a lot of time an effort into something that you are now using and enjoying. You've done an excellent & fine job. You took your time, spent the effort and your craftsmanship shows for that effort. A job well done my friend.

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Great workshop, Jerry.

But I see you have way too many tools......VBG

A 6" jointer would be nice....

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