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first time i ever see wood stove in a trailer ….very nice …Welcome 2 LJ's :<))
 

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nice rig,i think this is the first mobile work shop ive seen on here.welcome to lumber jocks.
 

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Oh my goodness, that is awesome! I love that you use hand tools and that you can take and park this thing anywhere. Wyoming is a great place to live and be inspired by the natural beauty of the world. I imagine myself parking something like this in a clearing, trees a little ways away, birds on the wing, maybe sight a deer or two, watch the squirrels during a coffee break, what a great thought. Count your blessings buddy, because you certainly have them.
 

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Jess,

i love the wood stove in the trailer. Someday, if you decide on a larger shop, keep the stove. I used to have on and now that I am retired and closed the design/build remodeling company I am concentrating on woodworking which is more why I became a carpenter in the first place.

Marty
 

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OK, I see the Japanese saws on the doors of the cabinet…. then I see the coffee cup on the wood stove. Which one or ones are 'normal' size? Looks like you have 4 foot long razor saws and a gallon coffee cup. :^)

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There are some big saws there,over four feet. The wood stove is not much larger than a 1 liter wine bottle ,so I guess nothing is normal sized
 
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