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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-13-2013, 09:49 PM Thread Starter
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with winter coming ill be spending more time in the shop. if theres something i can do just ask. i have a 10x22 lathe and a small mill.

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Wait till ya see mine....wooden walls, no insulation....duct tape holdin stuff though, bench itself I think is heavier...nice setup, bro....

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wow clean, organised cant be real... mine i have to walk 150 ish yards then get the gas burner and reduce the forever breeding woodlice off the asbestos sheeting roof, then lay down the offering for my live in spider (well i believe it to be a spider but reckon its from the beginning of time) that done i then cut back the encroching ivy only then i can make the appropriate work space needed for that days job i intend to do

remeber one time in the spring when i went up there and my live in spiders eggs had hatched one half of the asbestos sheeting was completely covered by her babies needles to say i put on the workers gap apologised for the noise and carried on
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