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Just some snapshots of my shop and the backyard b/4 the show comes aging this year..

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post #2 of 43 (permalink) Old 10-04-2007, 12:55 PM
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WOW, that is nice Bj, I envy you. Had I been into woodworking when I bought this house I would have shopped smarter. Perfect set up. I now see what you were talking about the back room for storage as well. Pretty cool. Lots of room. Just taking a break while the floor guy is here making his template for tomorrow

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Thanks Corey

When I got this house it didn't have the garage in the back and that was one of the 1st. things I did,,,I built the shop, then a ran out of room so I did a small add on now I wish I made it just a bit bigger,I took out a windows and some of the wall for the door way and made it 8ft x 20ft and it got filled up real quick with STUFF the other garage on the house the BOSS owns but I'm starting to put stuff in it like the Bike,Snow Blower,Tracker,Lawn Mower,etc. and my sons junk that he will not take to his house I thinks it's called free storage at dad's


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WOW, that is nice Bj, I envy you. Had I been into woodworking when I bought this house I would have shopped smarter. Perfect set up. I now see what you were talking about the back room for storage as well. Pretty cool. Lots of room. Just taking a break while the floor guy is here making his template for tomorrow

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Very nice Bob, thank you...

In some ways, it reminds of Niki's garage... the way he efficiently puts everything away close to the walls to allow for space in the center.

What kind of TS is that on the rolling cabinet? Looks rugged.

Oh, how did you get your dog to always pose with its head always pointing in the same direction? (seemed like it anyway).

I also see that you are cramped a little here & there... I'm more cramped here & here & here...

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Table Saw is a old Atlas cast iron...my other one is under the plastic, the dog is my buddy and she will just watch me all the time, she thinks that's her job because we don't have any sheep for her to heard.. so she heards me all the time a lillte nip on my heel from time to time..like when I want to get in my truck, it's game for her and me too sometimes she is a great dog and my best friend ....




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Bj, that's no shop - it's an aircraft hangar compared to my wee place! Guess you need the vicious looking hound to protect the tools

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Good Gosh Bj..... you got a few tools don't ya? I am still looking around to see if I can steal any of your ideas Got jigs hanging on every wall just like you said and mine is starting to look the same way. That HF BS sure looks familiar. How do you like it? Mine has done extremelty well.

All I can say is that I am jealeous of all that space packed with neat stuff Nice landscaping all around also. I sure hope that's not kudzu taking over that building
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Hi nzgeordie

At one time I did raise Dobermanns and they did the job ,, but now I just have my buddy and she is a good guard dog and the lawyers don't know my name...with her around..like they did with the dobermanns..



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Hi Bob

If you can steal it pls. do that's why I have them so other can use them also.
"HF BS =great I like them and do work well

kudzu= One is a Ivy and one is something I don't know what it is, it's green all year around like a pine tree vine and very slow growing ,that plant is about 25 years old and just in the pass year it got big and took over some of that wall with the ivy on it..
The leaves are a bit waxy to the touch...



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Good Gosh Bj..... you got a few tools don't ya? I am still looking around to see if I can steal any of your ideas Got jigs hanging on every wall just like you said and mine is starting to look the same way. That HF BS sure looks familiar. How do you like it? Mine has done extremelty well.

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Bob, speaking of the HF BS (Harbor Freight Band Saw). What kind of table and fence assembly are you using? Maybe if you have time ? and can move some of your many tools out of the way. Would you post some pics of the table and fence PLEASE. I would appreciate it.




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