Travis Johnson wrote:But atlas I realize this is not really what you wanted, solutions to problems with pictures not half-baked ideas.
Joel Bercardin wrote:I understand the uncomfortable possibilities, Walt - in fact, given that i live in winter country, I feel what you're saying. But it sounds like you're pretty well set up, generally.
Joel Bercardin wrote:S. Tenorman, welcome to the thread. That's not a shop for show — appears that you actually use your shop for quite a range of things... handyman, mechanic, home-maintainer, things made from wood, etc. Same sorts of things I do. Nice bench vise, a compressor, cordless drills, various wrenches & other hand tools.
I look forward to any more pics you upload.
Edit: Hey, looks like you were uploading more shots while I was replying. Kowabunga! There's a lot happening there.
Looks like you may have the same or similar Lincoln MIG welder as I have. You must either do a good job of managing sawdust and oil & grease, or you take your welder out of the garage when you make sparks, eh?
A berm makes a great wind break. And we all like to break wind once in a while. Like this tiny ad:
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