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my shed you can never have enough storage and there aren't enough clamps on the planet
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Agree on both counts........LOL

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I see that one of your projects is heavily used. The old downpipe stubbie cooler holder is a proven model. Nice workshop including the signage.

Under construction, always.
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I like your repositionable router table guard, that's a handy feature.
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got the plan from a 'woodsmith' book series by time life, Andy so I can't take all the credit. it is my prototype. i plan to make a better one later.
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Thx James.I'm an Queenslander at heart. grew up in maroochydore.

kicking the dreams along
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Thx James.I'm an Queenslander at heart. grew up in maroochydore.

kicking the dreams along
Great part of the world Maroochydore especially in the 60' & thru the 70's before the development took off.
I spent all my high schools holidays in the late 1960's with my grandparents.
Very fond memories....

PS - Your shed looks too small for the amount of gear.... but pretty well organized, well done.
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