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Bringing home materials. The trailer is a little over loaded. Not to mention the Ranger.
I’m hoping to get final inspection by the end of summer. I have a 200 amp sub-panel for power. Of course the process will continue after final as time and money allows. There’s space for a small office down stairs along with the woodworking shop. Upstais is for the other hobbies of me and my family.
Tipping up the big wall.
Framing the roof.
Getting the siding on.
I made the posts and beams with a chain saw from beatle ridden logs a friend supplied to me.
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I can’t believe this is your first workshop! Impressive to say the least, and it looks great! This type of woodshop is something the average woodworker can only dream about, but love to look at and admire. It also is a resource to get ideas for our shops. Hopefully Fine Woodworking will allow you to submit a few more pictures of your progress to date, especially if the interior is done and tools, cabinets, etc. are in place.
By the way, I love the portico. Massive! Nice friend!
Thanks for sharing, Dean
Looks like you will have an awesome amount of space to use, keep safe while building and when you are done please update us and have a blast with your new found mega-doghousee!!
I'm not sure if I know what you mean. The siding is western red cedar. The logs that I got for the porch are douglas fir. Hope that answers your question.
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