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Hear are a few pics of my shop as it sits this winter. I lost my heat (gas line) to it last year and still working out how I want to supply the heat. It's basically two bays of our four bay 140 year old carriage house. One I use for the power equipment the other is the bench room. The bench I built myself at a class at MASW given by chair maker & teacher John Nyquest. As you can see it's quit a mess right now. Some of my tools are in the basement until the weather breaks, it's not much but there it is.

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From the first pic, it looks like you might have some insulation there… Perhaps a portable propane or kerosene heater would work for you? We use a Mr. Heater Big Buddy at the deer camp. I have a Portable Buddy (the smaller one) that I use in my garage workshop in winter, but I am in Texas and probably don't need as much heat as you do…)
 

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This is a pretty nice shop space that you have. It looks like you have organized it well and have enough room to work in there. That is a nice workbench that you added to your shop. Any of us would enjoy having a tool like this in our shop.

Thanks for the pictures. I enjoyed touring your shop.
 
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