Travis Johnson wrote:not enough money to invest into a building right now. Other priorities you know. But we also build our own buildings, including our house so we are always doing carpentry. A lot of times that is done in the winter, but I have a great wife, if it is too cold I set up sawhorses in the kitchen and go to work building this or that.
Daron Williams wrote:At the moment I have a small metal shed that came as a kit. Really small but it holds my bikes and a few supplies n tools. I also have an even smaller old well house that no longer has a well in it but functions for storing things like pots and t-posts. I'm hoping to build a nice 200+ square foot shed in a year or two and eventually a green house. Together that should meet my needs.
John McDoodle wrote:Mostly i just wanted to say how good your work area looked in the photos, if I hadn't mentioned it previously./quote] its inspirational lol.
John McDoodle wrote:Also you originally asked about heat, I just might hook up one of my home made rocket stoves or wood burning stove or something this winter so I can procrastinate less about completing projects and such in the Canadian cold
Joel Bercardin wrote:
Travis Johnson wrote:I have a great wife, if it is too cold I set up sawhorses in the kitchen and go to work building this or that.
My partner is great too. But she doesn't like any trace of sawdust in the house. So I never cut wood down in the basement with any larger tool than my jigsaw.
We should throw him a surprise party. It will cheer him up. We can use this tiny ad:
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