Missing some potential updates here but lost pics and time so here is a half arsed tour of my building now. Acquired some new toys recently and some “furniture”. Maybe I can produce something now on a semi regular basis, and not have the weather determine my progress on projects.
Lookin at the front door.
Immediate right, it’s a mess, still sorting/organizing stuff. hat’s 400 ft of tugboat extension cord hanging up there i gotta get around to cutting into smaller lengths. We string out almost 1100 ft of it out to the front of the barges to run lights, it gets stretched and worn after so long, and we usually just toss it. Every now and then i grab a bit and bring it home and my family and friends get free cord
Straight ahead, this is where my rider and push mower reside when I am not working inside, for now, moving them out soon.
Looking further to the left on same wall and entering the slightly wider portion, my hand tool bench will reside here when finished, atm my new2me radial arm saw ( really don’t know where this will reside, its so space consuming, but i couldn’t pass on the price, its near mint and a 70’s model) is sitting here and some random stuff.
Light is hung by chains, one is disconnected while I slowly install insulation between the rafters.
Left of door, New bar and pipe clamp racks. A lineup of some feet for a bench I acquired from my neighbors shop, the same place my tablesaw and RAS came from. Using some of the clamps I acquired from there as well. The bench was 30 inches tall without the solid core door top, 32 with, 35.5” with new feet, will act as an outfeed for the saw and some other uses as well.
Before I closed the doors this evening, with new bench inside, more pics of that will be added later. As well as some of my lumber storage I failed to show, pain to shuffle pics from one device to the other atm.
Thanks for stopping by, btw the half arsed paint job is on the list to be remedied as well, OSB soaked the paint I had right up, need to acquire more.
-- Justin - the tugboat woodworker - " nothing changed me like the first shnick from a well sharpened, decent hand plane"