We are about to sign the paper work on our new (old) house. It is the
house up on the hill, with 3.4 acres. My new shop will still be the
garage, but it is a 2.5 car garage vs. 1 car. Now to get this joint
Mowing the lawn yea right, more along the line of "I am not pushing
the wheel barrel up and down the hills". I simpler terms she is a
gardener the yard is hilly. Mowing the lawn I am sure will stay my
responsibility along with getting the trash to the curb, ect ect ect.
But the vegetable and herb gardens are mine.
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She handles the flower garden?
One pass with a tiller. One pass with a broadcast seeder filled with
wildflower mix. Set an impulse sprinkler head up and it's "back to the
important stuff in the shop".
Congrats on the new shop! An important milestone to the sanity of
some of us is a place to go be alone with the sawdust on occasion.
Looks like you will have a lot of work space, too.
And just think of all the new tools you >must< have to do proper
maintenance on an older home! I personally don't know how you can do
routine house maintenance without a bandsaw, tablesaw, HVLP machine, a
couple of lathes, a stationary sander, and on an on. Hope the SO
Not necessarily. Mine was built in the 1920s and has a double sliding
barn-style door that simply doesn't open wide enough to allow a car to
get inside. Therefore, my shop, which started out in the dedicated
space behind the garage, has grown to take over the entire garage as
Not that I'm complaining, of course.
I got my car inside once, just to see if I could do it, it made it
with about an inch to spare on each side but the garage is too shallow
to close the door again without hitting the rear bumper and at that
point, you're trapped in the garage with your car unless you climb
over the car.
It was originally intended for horses and the like, it even has the
old openings in front of it for heating oil and presumably there's
still a tank underneath somewhere.
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