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    Cleaned SHop

    Just cleaned my shop, so I thiought I had better get some shots.

    Les

















    Innovation is the process that renews something that already exists and not, as is commonly assumed, the introduction of something new.

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    WOW Way to clean. How do you ever get anything done in that shop.
    Good looking shop BTW
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    OK, those are good pics of your showroom...now where's the shop?

    Looks like a great place to be creative, Les.
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    Ok where do you really build things Les? My shop looked like that once Ok I have never had a shop that looked that clean It looks great Les Love the locks and the wall hangings. Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    OK, those are good pics of your showroom...now where's the shop?

    Looks like a great place to be creative, Les.
    Creative? That's an understatement Vaughn. I first thought I was looking at a dentist lab.

    Very nice work Les. Was it you who posted something about those wooden locks once a while back? I'd like to try making one for my locksmith. I know he'd like one.

    Great shop. Makes me envious.

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    I thought it was a NASA clean room!

    Nice shop
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    Way, way, way too clean, man!

    My shop wasn't even that clean before I moved into it.
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    very clean shop and some outstandin intarsia and scrollwork les
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    That's a great-looking shop and display of your work!
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    No way my shop ever could, or would, look like that.
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