I've got a small shop (2 1/2 car garage...no cars allowed). In this
small space, I've built tables, kitchen cabinets, tons of bookshelves
and a pretty big assortment of odds and ends. It sometimes takes a
little creativity , but it always has worked out. Even at it's fullest,
I've found place for more.
When my boss commissioned me to put a little something together for him,
I jumped at the chance. After all, it's January, cold and work is
traditionally slow this time of year. Well, this project has taxed my
"Come up with a Carriage House Door and display that we can set up at
the local home shows. Make it portable, safe and easy to set up.
Sometimes, we'll want the door to go up and down, other times it'll just
be a static display. The whole thing can only be 8' wide. Oh and
sometimes we'll want to display entry doors and windows. First show is
in 4 weeks."
So, working part-time (between spurts of heavy day job work) it's all
coming together. It all leaves in the morning on it's way to it's first
showing. The scary part is this will be the first time it's been in an
area big enough to be fully assembled.
It's been fun but I'll sure be glad to get my shop back. I've been
afraid to eat a Twinky. If I were to gain an ounce there's no way I
could fit into the shop!
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Larry G. Laminger
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