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This is my “home” away from home. It is definitely a work in progress. I’m hoping to scrape enough dollars together to get it winterized by the fall of ‘09. Can’t swing it this year, but who knows maybe I can sell some cutting boards to pay part of it. The shop basically is shut down in the dead of Michigan’s winters.


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Scott Bryan

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#1 posted 2132 days ago

You have a well organized shop space in which to work. I really like your wood stash. It looks like you have a lot of potential projects stored in there. You have a nice set of tools as well. I am sure that it is a little tough to work in there during the winter months. But you have a nice space and I would enjoy working in a shop like this.

Thanks for the post. I enjoyed the visit.

-- Challenges are what make life interesting; overcoming them is what makes life meaningful- Joshua Marine

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Greg Mitchell

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#2 posted 2129 days ago

My wife for from Grand Ripids, MI. I’ve been through Ludington, but I cannot remember where it is located. Great shop!

-- Greg Mitchell--Lowell, AR--gdamitchell@sbcglobal.net

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#3 posted 2104 days ago

Thats a nice shop.

-- CJIII Future cabinetmaker

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Steven_rock_doc

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#4 posted 1475 days ago

I like your shop, especially all the scrap wood just waiting to become a piece of art. I am not sure how you will ever winterize your shop that close to lake Michigan. How do you even find the shop in all the snow? You need another shop in the south that you can use in the winter and then use your Michigan shop in the summer. I feel your pain, I’m in Houston and my shop is about 110 degrees with 100 humidity so I am shut down for 3-4 months.

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JFobare

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#5 posted 1295 days ago

Great shop…it has the same orange glow as mine;) And I’m with the others, love the stacks of waiting wood ya got!

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