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Hi all, I love looking at all of the workshop photos so I thought I would finally post some of mine.

The first pic is of my "shop dog" guarding my new Grizzly tools. The others are random shots around the garage/shop. I don't have any dust collection (yet). The table saw is a Rigid brand. Works great but not very accurate. I think I need a new one like a nice PM2000. I guess I could use a Saw Stop though - see previous blog entry :-(

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Nice worshopshop. Looks bigger than mine. You might want to check out the Grizzly TS's I got their left tilt contractor saw. It was my first Grizz purchase and liked it so much I went back for that jointer. Tent sale coming up in MAY! TNot sure about what to tell the Mrs. (from your post on the Osborne review) - on yer own, there bud. Good luck.
 

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Nice looking shop, and some great tools!
 

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Hi Steve,

I am sorry that I haven't gotten around to looking at your shop post before now but let me say that you have a very nice shop. You have some top notch tools in there and it looks like you have plenty of room to operate.

I can tell that your guard dog is ready to make sure that none of your tools disappear. I had a chocolate version up until this past August. She was 14. It is a wonderful but brief attachment that we have with these members of our family. Like yours she was a great guard dog- she would always playfully greet anyone coming into the house.

Thanks for the post.
 

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Hey thanks for the comments.

Bruce - I'm planning on getting a new table saw in the next few weeks or so. I'm really looking hard at the Grizzly G0651 or 652. I am getting ready to remodel the kitchen and I really need a saw with more capacity. Can you picture that cool miter gauge on that saw?? My dad is looking to "invest" in my "business" so he will help out with the cost.

Scott - Sorry to hear about your guard dog. What's a shop without one of these. Sometimes I don't appreciate mine as much as I should until of course you hear from someone who has lost one.
 

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Hey neighbor, I'm in millbury and your shop is a nice size, wish mine was as big. My wife out me in the cellar, lol
 
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