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Dave, you appear to have made efficient use of your shop space. Bummer having to put those "non-essentials" in the shop with your woodworking equipment but I guess they have to go someplace. I am constantly having "discussions" with my wife over storage of HER stuff in MY shop space (I invariably lose these discussions by the way). And I am glad that I added a third garage in our walk-out basement because if I tried to put her vehicle outside, in order to support my woodworking habit, I would be outside before her truck would be.

You have a nice design on your shop. It will be tight but functional.

Thanks for the pictures. I enjoyed the visit.
 

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Thanks for the comments Scott! Definitely understand the debate of where to store those non-essentials. Nothing more frustrating than heading out to start a project and finding 5 bags of old toys and clothes on the workbench..though I guess does get me to put them away ;). Looking forward to learning lots from all the people here at lumberjocks!
 

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Welcome to LJs! Looks like a good space to work in. I decided to keep my kayak outside, as I figured it would survive the snow and rain better than my tablesaw and something had to go outside LOL!
 
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