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Offline Kim

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Re: Kim's Shop
« Reply #75 on: August 16, 2014, 05:21:05 AM »
Thanks for looking in Don and Dave.  I've got a little more shop clean-up to do, and another Lathe Improvement project that I'd like to get done before I start my next project.  But who knows how long it will be till I get there?  :)

Ah, the fun of life! :insane:
Kim

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Re: Kim's Shop
« Reply #76 on: September 07, 2014, 12:59:07 PM »
Hi Kim
Some workshop..  cry  My man cave is a converted single garage (here in the UK you can just about get a compact car in)... so much for space. but then you can get the UK into Texas 3 times..  :headscratch: super lay out though & your lathe ... well   :'(   :'( 

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Re: Kim's Shop
« Reply #77 on: September 07, 2014, 04:04:53 PM »
Hi George,
Thanks for stopping by my shop! :)

Yeah, I do have more space than many, and am quite thankful that my wife is willing to let me take over a large percentage of our garage with my strange obsessions.  But you know, you can cram a lot in a little space when you need to.  People on this forum do amazing work with far less space, and far fewer tools than I have.  So I have no excuse!

Have you posted pictures of your workshop?  I don't remember seeing it, but I do miss posts from time to time.

Thanks for stopping by to see my place!
Kim