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    Stu's “Dungeon”

    While reading on of my favorite blogs, "Toolmonger" I came across a post about a German fellow's tiny workshop. Interesting to see one of the comments referenced Stu's dungeon as a commenter's favorite.

    Way to go Stu!

    His site: http://www.ablett.jp/workshop/



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    Thanks Frank!

    I missed this post yesterday, I was fooling around with my iCarver

    Boy, that guy's space is SMALL for sure
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    Thank you Stuart. His shop sure is small.



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    This guy's shop is so small if he picks up the wrong tool, he has to go outside to have room to change his mind.
    Chuck
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    https://www.etsy.com/shop/TellicoTurnings
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    I thought it was big tool chest!
    Best regards,
    Toni

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    I also dream of a shop with north light where my hands can be busy, my soul rest and my mind wander...

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    I'd make some kind of comment, but since he at least has walls, I'll skip it

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    Tom, your walls are light-years big!



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    You know, I hadn't quite thought of it that way. I LIKE IT!!

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    Do take the time to 'visit' Stu's shop from my link. He really does make best use of space.



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    I checked out the site. Most impressive really! I fully intend to rip off...err...I mean borrow, some of his ideas

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