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I have no "real" workshop at the moment. I have just moved from an apartment to my own property, where I'll be able to actually get a "real" workshop up and running. As I just moved, I'm still in the process of getting unpacked and settled. I've just acquired some tools in preparation for setting up the shop, but as of now it looks like I'll have to store the tools in the shed, and pull them out one by on as I need them, and work in the yard. :)

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Good luck setting up your shop. It's nice to see some fellow MDer's in LJ.
Best,
Joel
 

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Welcome to LJs. Great to have you aboard.

I feel your pain. I waited over twenty years before I had a shop. I was a DIY'er working out of my apartment & an even smaller "Cute Ute" SUV. Started acquiring tools/machines a year ago. My shop in it's infancy, but I CAN now say, I have a shop. I have a blog going, following the transition from basement dungeon to workshop, if you are interested.

You will get there. Be patient, but don't procrastinate (that's my job)!!!
 
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