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Not bad Ron, I wish I had that much room!

Kind of reminds me of George Carlin's old skit about what is a house?

You didn't go get a bigger box, but added to what you had, I can't. Danged zoning restrictions!

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Ron, it's great to see you around here again, your shop is changing for sure! Looks like you been busy too. Thanks for sharing your digs! I love it, rustic and comfy, no high falootin gadgetry and commercialized perfection, that shop, is unmistakably Ron's Shop!

 

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I'm loving it...and you have plumbing!

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Very functional, well equipped, great use of space and it's yours.

Thanks for sharing Ron and great to have you back.

What's the next project?

Edited by Grandpadave52

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3 hours ago, Fred W. Hargis Jr said:

I'm loving it..

 

2 hours ago, lew said:

Love it!

 

what's not to love about a shop w/ character...

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Ron the first real shop I could call my own was a 7 x 7 with 6 foot tall ceiling. I had a welding machine and a scroll saw and thought I was in grand central station it was so big. I did have a lot of wall storage for I couldn't afford any windows. And the best I can remember I had more slope to my shops roof than you have and since you might be in a more wet area than my shop was,, how do you get the water to run off you roof??

  I did have to look up Hull. I never been down that road! I-10 from one end to the other and to Galveston a few times. Almost like my birth town, Tokio, Texas. I think there is still a sign on the road but not any buildings left standing..

   We need lots of pictures of things you are building. The requirements should be at least one project a week but I don't think the boss man ever put that in writing.

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