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    BFgeronimo
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    Well, I was going to put some pictures up, but overtime I do it says file not valid. Any help?

    OWOF

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  • BFgeronimo
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    Figured it out

    I built my barn a couple of years ago and until recently had my shop under a roof but no walls. My wife and her mother got me what i needed to close it in as a birthday present a few months ago. A bit rustic, but I do love it. My apologies to the purists for the collection of power tools

    OWOF

    • Mike in TN
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      Better to have a rustic shop than no shop at all. You have it all over a lot of the woodworkers out there. Don’t apologize about the power tools. I firmly believe the “old timers” would have used them if they could have. What part of the country are you located in?

      Have fun,

       

  • BFgeronimo
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    Oh, I’m not complaining about it being rustic. I’ve been doing woodwork for 25 years and have never had a good shop like I’ve wanted and am now finally making it happen. It’s a bit small (14′ x 20′) but I am able to maximize my space pretty good. I do both commercial work like cabinets and traditional woodcraft.

    OWOF

  • BFgeronimo
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    Mike, sorry I missed the last question there. I’m in Arkansas, a little ways west of Hot Springs.

    OWOF

  • James Wright
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    Love the shop that has got to have a good feel to working in there.

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