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My how the mighty have fallen!

This is going to be good. Have you read my Shops of My Yesteryears page? If not, you may want to look at the first couple of paragraphs. My first shop (of my own - read the other page) was a 10 foot by 10 foot room in the basement of the house where I lived. Guess what? Shop #7 is a 10 foot by 10 foot garden shed. After over twenty-five years of woodworking, I am right back where I started.

The links below take you to pages that are essentially snapshots in time. I usually post an update when I am standing in the middle of the shop and I realize how different it looks but the day after the pictures are taken, the shop has already moved on for one reason or another.  Stop by again soon to see further updates. Enjoy!

  • My Present Woodshop   ( 9 Articles )
    Welcome to shop #7.  I have come a long way from the 100 square foot room in the basement.  Now I am in a 100 square foot shed.  Oh, have I gone anywhere?  Well, yes I have.  Most woodworkers would probably be shocked at how much can be done in 100 square feet.  Check out my shop and see.  And yes, I do want a larger shop again but, for the present, I have decided to see what I can do in this tiny microshop.
  • Woodshops of my Past   ( 4 Articles )
    Here are views and layouts of workshops from my past.  It is amazing to me how much my shops have changed over the years.  My woodworking has changed too.  One of my favourite things to do on the internet is search for pictures and videos of other people's shops.  I learn a lot from seeing how others handle layout and storage problems.  Perhaps you can learn something from me too.

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