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#1 posted 09-30-2014 05:29 PM



@timbertailor It sounds like we are in similar situations. I am always on the edge of trouble with my HOA also (really don t like developments). The only way I get away with as much as I do is that I do small projects for people around me all the time. I think I keep just enough people liking me to prevent a major fine of some kind. :-)

Congrats on moving to 5 acres. I grew up in Maine and had all the land you could ever want. Regrettably life changed that and now I live in a housing development in Florida.

I guess you work with what you have.

- drobertson

Thanks Doc. I can not wait to build the work shop to my specifications and most important of all, have A\C.

Living in the “country” will be different, but I am looking forward to it.

Having a dedicated space like I see so many of the LJ’s have will finely become a reality.

I guess I can stop hoarding locking caster wheels now.

-- Brad, Texas, https://www.youtube.com/user/tonkatoytruck/feed


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