Unique Features (Issues?) of my Workshop

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Blog series by PG_Zac updated 11-08-2009 11:41 PM 4 parts 5975 reads 27 comments total

Part 1: Leaking Roof

11-06-2009 09:59 AM by PG_Zac | 6 comments »

I thought I’d share a few unique features of my “new” workshop while on the long road to getting it really workable. I’m sure that some of you have one or more of these features, but I thought I’d share my Man-Cave with you anyway in a short blog series. Firstly, This was a Fish-Farm barn with open topped ponds, so a leaking roof was no problem to the previous occupants. As we all know, this doesn’t work too well for a woodworking area. I’ve h...

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Part 2: The Bee-Hive

11-06-2009 11:24 PM by PG_Zac | 11 comments »

I am being tested. I KNOW it’s a test. You see, I’m all for conservation and preserving the environment. I preach (and try to practice) a philosophy of live and let live, but some thing are just beyond acceptable, like mosquitoes, and bees IN the workshop. Not just any old honey bee, but the African (killer) honey bee. These guys are not friendly, and have been known to attack people using electrical tools because the EM field disturbs them. Anyway, there is a wild hive ...

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Part 3: Swallow Cr@p

11-08-2009 09:08 AM by PG_Zac | 5 comments »

No, I don’t mean you have to swallow the stuff – ugh!! What I mean is the barn has no doors yet, and swallows fly through it quite often. The farm has been chosen as a migration destination by several pairs of European swallows, and we have close to a dozen old mud nests around the property that the swallows return to each year. There is a nest in my tool room that is the subject of today’s blog entry.I knew the nest was there before the swallows returned, and I didn&...

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Part 4: Uninvited Guests

11-08-2009 11:41 PM by PG_Zac | 5 comments »

As you probably know by now (previous posts), I have no doors on the workshop yet. We did order some and paid a deposit, but the contractor did a runner.- I get all sorts of uninvited guests while I’m working, like rats, snakes, wasps, frogs, etc. Below is the only type of visitor that I switch off for. The bay normally only comes in to ask for food.- I kill the stationary power tools, but I keep working with hand-held power tools and manual tools. They are so accustomed to ...

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