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the man caves (or sheds)

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by lewis16, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. Cantdog

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    I'll toss in a couple of my shop too...outside pics from a couple yrs back......just after the snow left.....kinda bleak looking...much different now....... 49 SP and 70E Build 191.jpg 49 SP and 70E Build 192.jpg 49 SP and 70E Build 176.jpg 49 SP and 70E Build 179.jpg 49 SP and 70E Build 197.jpg 118.JPG 115.JPG
     
  2. lewis16

    lewis16 ArboristSite Operative

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    He needs to put one O' those crusty creamsicles to work.

    His benches lack pizzazz.


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    Ok, so it WAS a bar counter! The evidence is too visible. HaHaHa
     
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    Well if you wanna get rid of one and don't mind shipping it to England I wouldn't mind giving you a little extra than you paid
     
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    On second thought that would probably be a lot on postage. Hopefully we will get some good sales here
     
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    lewis16 ArboristSite Operative

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    I am always trawling eBay for equipment and tools. It's a real problem...
     
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    Yeah it seems a lot harder to get a good bargain here. Especially anything tool wise or chainsaw wise. I'm 20 and wouldn't be without my tools and stuff. Infact I haven't really been inside since the workshop was finished. TV and *********** are gathering dust
     
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    Thank you. My wife designed it. The side with the fridge is "hers". The side with the benches, stove, and FEL is "mine".
     
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    Haha yeah its nice to have a little something :p
     
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    Don't know why sony's market leading next generation games console is censored lol
     
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    Here's my garage. I purchased the house a year and a half ago. I moved in and the first thing I did was paint the garage and replace the 3 incandescent bulbs with 6' fluorescent lights. I also added the some shelving.

    The workbench came from my old house. I built it myself and had the steel top custom bent for it. No way I was leaving for the new owner. 20141130_144931-2.jpg
     
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    Is that a wooden top with sheet covering it?
     
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    Good idea that. Wouldn't mind topping my benches with acrylic perhaps
     
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    Nice scag. I have a 36" toro proline
     
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    It's a nice shop. I dunno if it qualifies as a man cave though.
     
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    Thanks. It's in for winterization. It's 18 years old and runs like new. I used to handle 20+ lawns as weeks a side job but now it's only used for a few a week.

    I purchased a JD X500 to use on my own property. I much prefer riding than walking. DSCN4006.JPG
     

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