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Here's the pics of my work area. Still maneuvering things around and making the most of my small space... but I can work again (soon as I get the tank filled of lp that is) and yup, you can see my poor drill press; no longer working. The motor has been removed.
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Nice setup Barb . Looks like you've made the best of a confined area .
Btw I could kiss you right about now . I have never posted on the same minute as a thread was created. Gotten close as I've been 1 minute behind numerous times , but never the same minute . This is ground breaking !
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I donít always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate

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Hey, break it up you guys.
Shop looks workable for making signs, Barb. It would be a little tight to break down a full sheet of plywood. ROTFLMAO

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Shop looks workable for making signs, Barb. It would be a little tight to break down a full sheet of plywood. ROTFLMAO
I can have a full sheet of plywood cut down for me at HD or Lowes... no worries
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You could always add a lean-to on one side. Add a couple saw horses. Plenty of room for breaking down big stuff. You could even stack wood under the lean-to for storage
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You could always add a lean-to on one side. Add a couple saw horses. Plenty of room for breaking down big stuff. You could even stack wood under the lean-to for storage
Actually, Lee, with as tall as it is, I have an "attic" where I'm able to keep stock, and other things. I have one side, and the other is all the summer stuff. i.e. camping, swimming, etc.

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Here's the pics of my work area. Still maneuvering things around and making the most of my small space... but I can work again (soon as I get the tank filled of lp that is) and yup, you can see my poor drill press; no longer working. The motor has been removed.
very nice Barb...
did you insulate????

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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LOL Stick... When we first looked at the house, there were no walls on the studs inside the shed, but when we went back, someone had put walls up. My guess is that it's NOT insulated. But with the time of year it was when we moved in, and the need to get our stuff out of the storage units that were costing us $200/mo, I'm putting my faith in the heater we have, (that's doing a great job, so far). I think when the good weather gets here, we're gonna take off the interior plywood put on the studs and see what's what.
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very nice Barb...
did you insulate????
Ok , ok ,I got the jist of it

I donít always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
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Great space for your work Barb. Looks to have more room than Bently, now you can add more tools.

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