Please don't be in there when the chimney gives way ;-)
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
- Arthur C. Clarke
I don't believe in judging a man (or woman) by his/her workshop. It's what you produce in it that counts! And what I've seen of your work is very impressive. The only person who should be concerned with your shop is you. As long as you enjoy what you're doing in it, who cares what anyone else thinks.
Of course, I must admit I'd like a much larger shop just like most woodworkers would.
Looks pretty cozy to me, Pete. On the plus side, I'll bet it doesn't take a lot of sweeping to clear the floor of woodchips. I agree with Gord...it's not the size of the shop, but what you produce in it that counts, and you seem to have that aspect well under control.
When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro. - Hunter S. Thompson
When the weird get going, they start their own forum. - Vaughn McMillan
But....but.....but....with all that SPACE......... couldn't you just double or triple the size of the shop
I'm so maxed out on space, I had to go underground, so when I see unused land without a workshop built on it, well.......
I do bet it is cozy!
The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.
William Arthur Ward
Well Pete, seems to me a very nice place for your turnings, and big enough, us turners don't need much space, I have a simular shop in my backyard, a bit larger than you have, I build 6 years ago another shed for my wood storage, and for bikes ofcourse, what is a Dutchman without a bike....)))
I bet you take the coffeepot with you in your shop, am I right?
Yea but just look at the view
It looks like a cool setting!
It looks perfect to me. And what a setting!!
I turn in a bigger place, but not by much. My turning area is 15' x 16'. But I do have a larger area for all the "Stuff" I seem to gather on this wild trip through life. But my feeling is the more space you have... the more you fill it up. Small is sometimes good!