... of about 3 years, I have finally found some time to start back on the workshop. Between a minor bout with cancer and my usual pursuit of wealth, I temporarily ran out of inspiration (not for woodworking, but for finishing out the shop room.)
I finally had to admit that dry walling was not my forte, so I hired out the job. One contractor disappeared half way through the job and it took a while find someone reliable. I also broke down and hired a licensed electrician to wire up my 110/220 outlets. As a life-long do-it-yourselfer, that hurt. However, I realized that if I waited until I had time to drywall and wire myself, I probably wouldn’t cut wood before I retired.
I did apply the epoxy floor myself. That took a while, but it turned out just as I hoped.
I managed to muscle my old unisaw down the half flight of stairs to the workshop by myself, but I am going to have to find someone to help move the jointer. I did decide to restore the old DeWalt RAS, so I will have some work to do there (as per Mr Sawdust).
Pictures of he newly walled and wired shop to follow.