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Hello from Stockholm/Sweden.

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I am new here. Have just expanded my workshop from 9sqm at the backyard to 150sqm incl office and sauna 馃榿. Looking forward to hang out here with you guys. BR //Swe15 (Tomas).
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welcome aboard, Tomas !! we like to see members here from all over the world.
sounds like you have a great improvement going on with your work area.
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Happy you decided to join the fun. Some of us old codgers would love to hang out in your steam room. Lots of creaky joints around here, and not all of the wooden variety.
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G'day Tomas (@Swe15 ). Welcome to the forum. My shed is only 3m x 3m.... But I don't have snow to contend with...
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G'day Tomas (@Swe15 ). Welcome to the forum. My shed is only 3m x 3m.... But I don't have snow to contend with... View attachment 401783
James, is that a clothes line on the left side? Haven't seen one for along time. My mom used a wringer washer and we had lines in our back yard to dry them.

I am feeling pretty good these days and I started cleaning up my shop to start making frames again.
Welcome to the forum.
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James, is that a clothes line on the left side? Haven't seen one for along time. My mom used a wringer washer and we had lines in our back yard to dry them.

I am feeling pretty good these days and I started cleaning up my shop to start making frames again.
Yes, Tom, that is a Hills Hoist rotary clothes line. An Australian invention.

When I posted that picture some years ago, Bobj3 said I should be able to reach @harrysin with that antenna in the back yard,,,,,,LOL...
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Yes, Tom, that is a Hills Hoist rotary clothes line. An Australian invention.

When I posted that picture some years ago, Bobj3 said I should be able to reach @harrysin with that antenna in the back yard,,,,,,LOL...
2m044 miles, 3935 Km. That would take a pretty good antenna and more than a couple of watts. Our clothesline was straight, five lines stretched between two T shaped pipes. I remember the clothes hanging out there. Always smelled so good. We raised chickens and rabbits, which we ate. I'm not really a baby boomer, I was in large part a child influenced by the Depression. Getting old.
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