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Nice job Lee!
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LOL Henry, I was wondering... But it's 10x16, much too small!! But then is it ever big enough??
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Wow Roger, that sucks! But it's good to know people in high places!! That's like about a 10x10 shed. Not much room to store stuff much less have shop space too. I know, because that's not far off from what I had before I built the extension on mines for the garden equipment and bikes. My extension which I built last year is 4x8 and I wish I made THAT bigger too now.

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Very unique idea. You can have plans underneath and still see them.

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Thanks Eric. Yea one mans (or companies) junk is another mans treasure. They were about to through this out, where I work, because it had a hairline crack in it. It's used as a window in a metal cutting CNC Machine. It was a brand new window, but because of the hairline crack, it couldn't be used and our supplier refunded us, but didn't want it back. So I said, "heck yea", I can used this somewhere's! LOL And so I did!
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Nice looking shop!
Pray you beat cancer. Quit smoking!
My Wood Shop is 14X20, (with 10" ceiling, that needs insulation to finish). Walls are sheet rocked and painted, someday will insulate also. It does not get as cold here in South central Texas, 40 miles south west of Austin. I'll make pictures someday soon. Sounds like you are way busy, but if you get a chance, check out "Cigar Box Guitars", on the net. It is all there on the net; even how to play them. It is a good feeling to accomplish something out of wood scraps, that is more than useful.
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Very nice shop Lee, I'm admiring that big box/drawer under your bench below the grinder. Just wondering. Is that on drawer slides or caster wheels, or ??? I can see one of those under my bench in the near future. :-)

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