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Love it. I too put batt and board on my home in the mountain of North Carolina. Takes me back to my childhood days.
 

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i also have board and batten on my shop, but i dont have any upstairs accommodations, you have rooms up there, maybe a spare bedroom for when you have a long work session, and you can just drop into the bed with your wood stove going, and sleep mighty well out there in the winter…what say ye john….....
 

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I would say that looks down right beautiful. I wish I had a shop like that! Excellent job
 

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Thanks everyone for all the nice comments !
Grizz the upstairs is loaded with lumber and under the deck is also full :) I barely have enough room to work as it is .
 

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100% better … at least ! !!! well done John
 

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A good looking shop

A good stock of timber

It don't get better. :)

Jamiie
 

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Congratulations this looks fantastic.
 

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Great looking shop. I love the look of board and batten siding. Thanks for sharing.
 

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What a face lift. I love the 10" pine in the front.
 

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It turned out great
 

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Very nice. I especially like the sunbursts on the guard rail.
 

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Wow, that is Stunning, John. All your tours of people will be So impressed! I'll bet you love it. Congratulations!
 

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I'm so jealous!!!
Do you have pics of the inside?
 

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Thanks again everyone for your nice comments . I just took these pics a few minutes ago . This is ithe clean version of my shop ;-) I also have a huge lumber pile under the shop deck .









 

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