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On 9/24/2018 at 11:06 PM, Grandpadave52 said:

Like it a lot Pat. After pondering on it and looking again, I agree with those that suggest leaving the random colored re-purposed wood look. Makes it very unique and eye catching.

FWIW, the only change I'd suggest is modifying the arms (at least one) to incorporate a beverage holder.

Guys, I'm not totally OCD but just a little ;). The boss said paint so paint it is, I will be rounding the feet as suggested another item I just didn't get to yet. 

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On my bench is a lot of water damaged osb subfloor from the bathroom remodel.

 

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22 minutes ago, Larry Buskirk said:

You must mean Tail-Gate!!!

I can relate with that.

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And John if you throw a little Sweet Baby's Ray's on it as you are sliding it into the oven its really hard to tell the difference of it and real barbecue. I'm talking about the real Texas style barbecue. 

  But its funny for a lot of folks don't like to eat it indoors.

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Wow, John. Didn't take long for your workbench to look a little like mine what with the piles on it.

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@Gene Howe , Looks like you're busy! :TwoThumbsUp:

 

This time of year the tailgate is pretty much done for the season. :(

Now it's more like what am I doing on the living room floor. :WhoMe:

Have to work where I can when I can. ;)

 

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Just now, Gary Hanscom said:

You all have such nice neat benches! I'm in the middle of building a rolling butcher block island (many of you helped with the block material) for our daughter and SIL. My shop is small and I have a tendency to not clean up a lot until the job is done. Carcass is in partial view here. About to start on the top and the doors.

You are one of the honest ones here Gary! That's how our benches really look!

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7 minutes ago, John Morris said:

You are one of the honest ones here Gary! That's how our benches really look!

If I only had a bench! :DayDreaming:

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52 minutes ago, Gary Hanscom said:

My shop is small

the real deal...

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44 minutes ago, Larry Buskirk said:

If I only had a bench! :DayDreaming:

use the kitchen table..

move the eating to the couch and lap trays...

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5 hours ago, Stick486 said:

use the kitchen table..

move the eating to the couch and lap trays...

Fat chance the wife is using it...

We already eat there while watching TV. 

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