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Good for you Barb. I wouldn't let Ken put his truck in there and if he gets fussy about it keep him out. I would keep my wife out of my shop but she is the boss.
Small doors insure that no vehicles can enter my shop. Now, the wife....nope, not going there.
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I had the same problem with dust masks fogging my glasses until I changed to the new ,(to me anyway) mesh versions ( bought mine at Rockler). The filters work very well and no issues with fogging. I think DesertRatTo: uses the same.

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Thumbs up great set-up...

Reading some of these posts, I am sure that I detect "shed" envy. LOL.


Lots of good advice given, and we all look forward to many projects rolling out the door...

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My inexpensive 3M masks work well and don't cause my glasses to fog. But, my beard may help with that.
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Reading some of these posts, I am sure that I detect "shed" envy. LOL.


Lots of good advice given, and we all look forward to many projects rolling out the door...
LOL James. Technically, it's considered a garage with the size of it. I used the garage set up tool someone recommended on here (sorry, it escapes me who, at the moment, but I thank you for it) and the truck fits in with room to spare; he would have to move everything around, but he'll be able to work on the vehicle in inclement weather, if need be. Can't use it to park either of the trucks in on a regular basis (I'll post a pic one of these days as to why) but we could if needed to do a simple repair. My neighbor behind me said "I thought you were building a SHED!? That's a GARAGE!" She, too, couldn't believe how quick it went up. The garage door will be put in the 28th. Then I'll have to find an opener, and I'm making accordion screen panels to attach to the opening for air flow and bug control. (Three panels, each being three feet wide, connected by hinges.) Got the idea from Ken's grandparents, who every summer had a similar set up for their garage; they used their garage as a gathering area with the green indoor/outdoor carpet, and a bamboo patio set.

I, too, am looking forward to rolling out some projects. This rainy, nasty weather is hindering us a little, however.
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Probably a good idea to make a path of concrete pieces (12-18 inch square) so you don't track mud in. One day for a garage! That's amazing.
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