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pictures to follow it isnt much it's a two car garage used for wood working and shared for storage. and motorycycle parking . ps … man i need a lumber rack !

update a year or so later , still need a lumber rack actually i need it even worse now but the collection is growing by the day that could be the collection of tools or collection of wood !




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Mike, I am looking forward to taking a tour of your shop when you get a chance to post some pictures.
 

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I have to agree that you do need a lumber rack, Mike. That would free up some of your floor space but I have also felt that there is something to be said for stacking lumber vertically. I keep lumber stored in a rack and, if I want a particular board, I have to move several boards to get to the one I am after. It would be much easier to get to, if I had the room to store it vertically.

Bummer about having to share your shop space with the motorcycle and use it for miscellaneous storage. But I guess they have to go somewhere. It does look like you have managed to create an open working area around your Shopsmith.

Thanks for the tour. I enjoyed taking a look at your shop.
 

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So … in 2007, I finally moved away from San Diego.

At TIMES, I miss my old home town.

But I DO feel a little better for getting a picture tour of your shop :)

And a ShopSmith ! Very cool !!

[By the way … I SO do NOT miss the traffic :p]
 

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well yes bummer for the bike and misc storage but if i don't store my bike in there then i store it oyutside or sell it …. i shall settle with a saw dust covered bike !
 
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