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On Sat, 05 Nov 2016 23:26:30 -0500, swalker wrote:

Thanks for the kind words about my shop.


I have to agree with everyone else, it looks really nice, as does the
wood rack. I'm also in agreement with whoever said it needs a steeple.
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On 11/7/2016 12:16 AM, swalker wrote:
On Sat, 05 Nov 2016 23:26:30 -0500, swalker wrote:

Thanks for the kind words about my shop. I will not take credit for
the actual construction. At age 72 all that is behind me. I acted as
the GC and was involved in every detail. I did quite a bit on the
inside but not everything.

If I had it to do over again there is little I would change. The only
thing that would be really nice would be a half-bath but the septic
tank location and the associated field lines for the house would have
made it very expensive. It just ain't that far to the house if needed
or a pea cup if that will work. And then there is the issue with the
natural gas line that runs under the building.

I will post a couple of shots of the inside in a day or so but be
forewarned, it is really messy right now as I try to get everything in
the proper place.

And I must acknowledge that this woodowrking site was a very big help.
Thanks to all for the answers I received and for the info I got just
by reading what other people are doing.

Jim


Get a camping potty. Then build a box to raise it up. That's what I
had in my shed for the pool. I have since decided to keep it in the
basement so I don't have to run.


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Looks better from outside, I recently got my exterior siding replaced, got it from Siparila Wood Canada | Quality Norwegian Wood Siding, not sure if you guys are familiar with this provider but believe the best quality I have ever seen.
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You chose box rack because this rack no lose
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