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Blog series by Ratel updated 05-22-2019 11:40 AM 2 parts 659 reads 3 comments total

Part 1: Moving into the Garage

05-22-2019 11:16 AM by Ratel | 1 comment »

In early 2018 my, then fiancee, and I moved into a bigger flat on a two-flat property in Windhoek, as a result I had to move my workshop, which was then a couple of shelves and a countertop on saw-horses occupying one end of our single car garage. Although we can safely park outside of the garage at our new digs my fiancee insisted that I was not allowed to utilise the full double-door garage as workshop but had to restrict myself to half of it and that it should be divided so that she can...

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Part 2: Storage solutions - the beginning

05-22-2019 11:40 AM by Ratel | 2 comments »

Fast forward to January 2019 The wedding and honeymoon over I once again had time to spend in the workshop – and it was a mess. Having had no place to store anything everything was in chaos. I also obtained a lot of lumber (construction grade) in the meantime which was haphazardly stored all over the place. Time to bring some order into the chaos. First step: make a quick and dirty french cleat system, completed in two hours and now mounted it is still not utilised as I, c...

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