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    First Sawdust

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    Wow, looks like a real shop now......

    Congrats, Ned!


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    Whoopee! Now you're talkin'!
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    Wow! Way cool! Bet it feels good!

    Thanks,

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    Thanks guys,
    I originally shot that to show one of the first tools in the shop... but then it hit me, it was the first sawdust IN the shop.

    and I just noticed, I need to turn the miter saw around, as that is the 'back' of the stand... guess it works as is though. lol
    -Ned

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    Ned, GREAT going...

    Hey you got a pencil sharpener, tape measure and a cutoff saw....

    That's a shop....... just keep cutting big pieces into little pieces

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bartee Lamar View Post
    Ned, GREAT going...

    Hey you got a pencil sharpener, tape measure and a cutoff saw....

    That's a shop....... just keep cutting big pieces into little pieces
    Ohhhh trust me, there will be a ton more tools going in there in the very near future, the TS is in there already, much more to come in the coming weeks.


    and incidentally there are two tape measures there... the red spot on top to the right of the saw is my 20' tape. the little yellow one is my son's.
    Last edited by Ned Bulken; 07-06-2008 at 01:45 AM.
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    You're going to have a dishwasher in the shop???? Must have something to do with bending wood and needing hot water and steam???
    Good to see the tools finding their new digs. But don't get too many in there before you insulate and cover the walls, or you'll never get to that part. Jim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim O'Dell View Post
    You're going to have a dishwasher in the shop???? Must have something to do with bending wood and needing hot water and steam???
    Good to see the tools finding their new digs. But don't get too many in there before you insulate and cover the walls, or you'll never get to that part. Jim.
    Actually that's going in the kitchen, once I have the tools in place to build the new cabinetry...

    and I'm going to be insulating as the budget allows, first wall to get it is the one my bench will live against. Right now, wiring comes before insulation.
    -Ned

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