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Hey Revieck,
Now that was one good tour of a sweet little shop…you have some nice toys to play and done a good job on the video presentation.
 

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Thanks for the tour, Ron. You have a nice shop in which to work. It is well organized and I really enjoy seeing shops with windows in them. I find it a lot easier to work with natural light. I also like the pegboard storage that you have in there. It is an economical way to add both a wall covering and storage for hand tools. Similar to your shop I put my entire front wall in pegboard and mounted my hand tools there for easy accessibility. You have a nice set of power tools to play with as well. Just guessing it looks like the lathe is your go-to tool. I am sure you have a lot of fun on it.

Bummer about putting the truck in there though. I tried for years to keep both a garage and a shop but got tired of the constant set-up and tear down. Eventually I just move my truck outside and left my tools alone. One unforseen benefit of this was that I was able to add more tools to my shop. :)

Video tours, such as this, present more information than simply posting pictures. I really enjoyed the tour and appreciate the effort and time that you put into producing the video.
 

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Nice shop! Love the video tour. I figure I will drag the camcorder out to my shop as soon as I finish cleaning. Which means y'all will probably never see a video tour of my shop!
 

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Nice woodshop and I'm impressed on how you've organized your wall space. Great video and narration too as it sure beats the still photos.

So when do you give us a tour of the farm? Farmers are busy people and I have great respect and admiration for anyone willing to work that hard to put food on our tables. I grow a few edibles, but only on a home garden scale and even that takes a lot of time and energy.
 

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Nice shop. Enjoyed the tour. And nice to know there is another Hoosier woodworker. Thanks for sharing.
 
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