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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-08-2019, 11:24 AM Thread Starter
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"Very cryptic" somebody might say. It all depends on your standingpoint. I could have allso started like old story telling but my vocabularity isnt that good. Well lets see is it😀

Ones upon a time in a tiny hut that a mighty Carpenter shared with a two unit gray water system and 1917 spiders in Pöytyä our former home I/he got my/his first warm woodworking shop with free floor as much as 4'x5' plus one L-shaped table.
After those days my/the kingdome, dont tell my wife😆, has expanded to a space that contains two garage with total area with circa 130m².
Both are ca 64m². One of them has a hight of 4meters. The other just enough for a grewn up man can stand straight that is CA 230cm.
The other is devided 1/3--2/3. The smaler part is my painting room. The bigger part is my shop where I only use hand tools.
The painting room isnt not that chic. It doesnt remind me of one rather a warehouse.
The tall space is my new machine shop where allmost all bigger machines are situated. Here is the big as. sorry but. It lacks isolation and there are big holes in the wall and the roof is leaking on its total length. On more than 25meters...
When one is bussy on the summer with all the customers job youll be bussy as you were trying to reach the digny of styks.

The amount of stuff you store in your loft is ecvivalent to the tasks you have to do before the end of the year read winter.

Did I allready told you about the hughe old cuttlehouse on our property we bought? 😂🤣 The space is really expanding.

My shop is behind the two oldies
The old cuttlehouse or the fasad can be seen in the second picture
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Wow, that is a big property. Will you be able to fix the leaks before winter sets in?

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We must. We should. We have to. Our fire wood is under the same roof...
Repairing the roof is actually my wifes business. She is our roof specialist😆 but we'll have to rent a lifter to get the job done.

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OK, I give up, what's a "cuttlehouse"?
The only cuttle I know of is the beak of a squid
https://micksmarinebiology.blogspot....uttlefish.html
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Sorry for my poor english.
"Navetta" in Finnish.
"Byre" "Cowshed" "cowhouse" "cattle shead" "barn" "cow-house" in english if I can trust my translator.

The place to keep your cows young and old. Not horses or pigs or hens/birds that lay eggs.
I say old because we dont have those kinds of animals exept horses. "On the old times". Maby that was 30-40yrs ago.
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In the clip you can see them running to the green fields
https://youtu.be/Ngrxa0RM2sY

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In the clip you can see them running to the green fields
https://youtu.be/Ngrxa0RM2sY
Well I have to say these look far happier than the ones I see in our nearby fields. We did get to see a calf born at the State Fair last week. Now that was an experience to watch.
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It looks like you have quite a bit of room now, Esko. Good luck getting the barn more weatherproof.

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Esko; you still have your horses?
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Well I have to say these look far happier than the ones I see in our nearby fields. We did get to see a calf born at the State Fair last week. Now that was an experience to watch.
Steve I have delivered several claves and it is always an experience especially when you have to reach in and turn the calf around. It's always a good feeling when it's all over and cow and calf are okay.

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