As promised in Stu's "Had a family visitor" thread, here are a few pics of my work space, now that I've figured out how to post them. Let there be no accusations that I tidied up for the photos.
The barn is an arched-roofed structure, approx 50'x50', built in 1915. The heated shop area is 14'x29', converted from the original horse stable. Our livestock are now housed in the renovated walk-out basement.
This is an overhead view of the main barn floor area, 14' x 50', mostly 14' high. I could build a boat in there! As you see, when you have a big barn, it fills up with stuff.
This is northwest view of the shop itself, with short-term lumber storage, mitre saw stand, router table and planer. There's a whole winter's worth of work in progress as well as a long list of shop projects everywhere I look.
This is a temporary south wall, with the electrical sub-panel, 4800w heater and an elegant Japanese come-along/conversation piece.
The workbench is a former cafeteria food prep table. Glued-up maple top, stainless steel base, about 400lbs. Needs a nice Lee Valley twin-screw vise (on the list).
Here's some of last summer's output. My wife said it looked like a waiting room. These are built on the Lee Valley plan, of eastern cedar.
Thanks for looking! I'll post some "cleaned up" shots later on. Any organizational suggestions are most welcome.