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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-13-2011, 09:40 AM Thread Starter
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It started as a 6mx12m sanctuary, but before i got the first stud up i lost 3m to a stable for my daughters horse, i could live with that but now it's a constant battle to keep the horse feed from spreading out. There is only pics of the outside at present, I need to do a bit of house keeping before i can let you inside folks.
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OH, come on! Show us the horse! That's a huge shed, eh?

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OH, come on! Show us the horse! That's a huge shed, eh?
There is actually one and a half Roger so just for you mate
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Wow, I am impressed! Nice Shed!
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Nice shed, how is it progressing inside?

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Thumbs up nice shop!

You are going to have a nice place, Paul! If it is going to be to small for You is not a pretty site! You could add a bit on due to the horse. That would make the Daughter happy, and You as well. One other thing is to super plan the shop . Make every inch count. Make sure that every bench work for two things. Set one roll around as a off cut table, and a work area when done with sawing> etc. I don't think I should be saying any more!! I have one of the most under organized shop anywhere. You have a great shop Paul~!

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The housekeeping has'nt gone so well as you can see. I'm in awe of you guys that can keep your shops so clean and tidy, anyway this is the shop knee deep in Jarah dust and hay. When i get this project out of the way i'm thinking of putting a clock tower on the roof
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Paul, You really should mention this is a one and a half horsepower shop...

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Been there done that my wife has 2horses,2 mules, 3 donkeys, 7--10 saddles 500 bales of hay etc. It sure gets crowded.
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