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    New Tool Shed

    Finally took some pictures.

    The week before Thanksgiving (one month out of the hospital - what was I thinking?!?) I bought a shed from Costco. A friend came to help get it up. I have been dinking with it since.

    My tools are in three zip codes and right now, I have two major projects going on (Big John and the CNC). I have a place to work but I need to schlep tools there. The first challenge is to dig the tools out of the three trailers they are in in one zip code. Bring them to this zip code so they are available and then schlep them to the work site zip code to use them.

    Hence the new tool shed. Got some old file cabinets and shelves to house stuff. Like Stu, I have to get clever with storage ideas. But I am pretty happy with the new arrangement.

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    Very nice! That certainly looks easier to put together than the one I'm working on!
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    Looks roomy inside, well organized too. I wish even one wall of my shop looked that organized.
    Darren

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    Great looking shed. I am NOT that organized - wish I was.

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    you should see her work space area then you wouldnt feel so bad, its got wheels and is called a little red wagon
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    Wow Carol I got to get some of whatever it is u eating out your way.

    I am inspired. Seriously.

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    Fantastic use of little space. That is some kind of organization. Very good.
    David

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    Looks great, Carol!!! I should be half that organized!!!!!!!!!!
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    Sweet

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    Boy when you get moving you're moving!

    Love how you have the space setup, really nice uses of space and some of the storage ideas are imminently stealable.

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