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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-17-2008, 11:35 AM Thread Starter
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Well Harry went out in 20 some degree weather just for you. Here is my shop sorry a little choppy on the pics because of the size and angle couldn't get it all in one pic. Even got my bandsaw stand in the photo. So here it goes.
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Thanks for the pics Glenmore. What is the sq. footage of your shop?

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5' 7 1/2" wide by 16' roughly in length. The pics of the wood rack and storage, also the cabinets are out in my car port.

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WOW! And I thought my shop space was small... but then, you don't need a stadium to turn out priceless pens do you?

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5' 7 1/2" wide by 16' roughly in length. The pics of the wood rack and storage, also the cabinets are out in my car port.
Thank goodness you explained that Glenmore. In the last picture I saw the tail end of the truck. I wondered how in the h+ll did he get that in there too.




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Nice shop Glenmore!

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Have you ever lost anything in there? I have a lot more space than you do and just yesterday I found a whole nest of tape measures hiding when I thought they ran off with the socks from the dryer....Hum...I wonder if I will find a nest of socks in my shop.....Gotta go look for em..By the way I love the legs on your router table...but at my age legs are a great stimulus.

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I like your shop but why park a truck in there?..
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Don't worry George I loose things. Still can't find some stuff must be old timers sometimes

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Glenmore, I hope no one from the Human Rights Commission at the United Nations sees this post, if they do they will close you down, working in such cramped conditions is like a mild form of torture! On a serious note Glenmore, You really do have to be admired for the quality work you turn out under such difficult conditions. From now on I will appreciate my 20' X 15' shed all the more and promise never to complain about lack of space again.

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Now that "looks" like a woodworkers shop (or mine anyway). Can get some work done in this one. Nice shop.

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