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I’m a hobbyist, my projects include everything from kitchen cabinets and furniture to alot of wooden spoons.The actual shop is 672 sq. ft. 24’x28′, a couple years back I added on an addition for storage moved the overhead door to the addtion and filled the opening with windows, I really enjoy the added light and the view to the front yard. With the possibility of over $5 a gallon propane I haven’t been in the shop much since the new year, I may have to entertain a new heat source for the shop.
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Feel very fortunate to have a space like this, and yes sometimes the tool collecting gets in the way of the woodworking. Thanks for looking.
outstanding looking shop. i really like the old tools. seems to be very well organized.
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