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Author Topic: My lil woodshop...  (Read 1395 times)

Don Roberto

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Re: My lil woodshop...
« on: September 10, 2012, 12:00:35 pm »
Hi Laney, 10'x 16' x 8'. Sheer unadulterated luxury, you lucky devil. My shop is much lil'ler (is that a word ?) than yours. She is only 8' x 15' x  7' 2", she is small but beautifully utilitarian, she smells wonderful and when I step into her, I feel  like I have come home. I have 2 x 5' benches  separated by, but joined together with a shorter 24" wide chopsaw/router table bench and a spare 5' wheel out  bench, in case I feel like working outside (British weather permitting). I have most of the major shop machines, although they are scaled down in size. Sadly, fine furniture making is not my bag  at this moment in time, but I have made some garden furniture, including Steve Ramseys garden bench. I would describe myself as an enthusiastic amateur wood butcher. With an ambition to improve. Seriously though, Laney I watch and rewatch  all of your  videos, and I would like to thank you for all the help that you have given me. Cheerio me deario.........
Don Roberto.
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