Although my audio/visual skills and equipment could use improving, we had so much fun making the video. We laughed all day. Thanks for the opportunity. It’s a bit long, I hope y’all enjoy it.
This is a tour of my garage shop in Portland, Oregon. Yes, I do have to park a car (actually 2 vehicles) in my garage. I don’t mind because it is my space and at least I get to pursue my hobby. I know there are a lot of guys like me that have a multi-purpose garage as thier shop, so this is for all the small garage shop guys! Thanks to Martin, Marc & Niel for this awesome video challenge. It has been very cool to put a face and voice to all of the LumberJocks that have posted a vide...
Oops..posted this in projects by mistake….here it is in blogs. Last minute…no editing…..not that you wouldn’t be able to tell. OK…I figured that I would make you all feel good by comparison. My shop “workshopette” my wife calls it, is about as small as you can go and still call it a shop. I do manage to build some fun stuff though. The morris chair is underway and a stand up paddleboard paddle for my brother is going to start soon.
We Finally finished a video just in time to submit it for the contest! Hope you like it!
Here is a quick tour of my wood shop and of some items i picked up on a previous extended ‘tour’ of mine :) Here is a close up of my safety helmet :) which chainmail and all !
Recently H&J Kerkhof have moved to a larger facility to continue manufacturing furniture components for the Vancouver area. This is a video that shows the new space and a short video about the old shop and how the move to the new shop happened. Submitted for the shop tour challange. Watch the Video
I don’t own a camera so a neighbor volunteered to film my shop. Its a bit unique so enjoy.I hope it even worked since we don’t know what we are doing. :-) Always willing to learn new things! Watch the Video
Here is my First Shop Tour…I had some hang up with youtube getting it up but it’s not quite the 22nd yet.
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