The Shed Workshop

My current workshop is in two parts, a shed and one bay in a garage. More pictures and details soon.

9 Responses to The Shed Workshop

  1. coastalmom says:

    Loved seeing this! It is so hard to be creative and keep things neat. I have good intentions. I can do it! LOL. My craft room used to be soo bad when I did this full time years ago. I’d start one project and go to another.
    This time around I’m calling it my studio… IF THAT is going to help. LOL. But so far I’ve been pretty good at cleaning up each night… during the day is another thing entirely! 😀

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  2. gpcox says:

    You’re looking as organized as I am.


    • Andrew says:

      Normally I don’t use the words, “shop” and “organized” in the same sentence. 😉

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      • Dave Glasgow says:

        Hi Andrew,

        My name is Dave Glasgow, seen your post on I go by “grandpaof4”. My wife and I live in Bartlett, TN (Memphis area). I too, have a woodshop (two car garage). From 1971-1987, I worked full time doing general construction. Trim houses, built cabinets, mantels, bookcases and just about anything to do with wood. 1987, started working in a local hospital in the maintenance, 2000, started working at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in the maintenance dept. Retired 1-21-2011. Had to go back working part time because of the stock market. I was born in Modesto (1950), raised in Santa Rosa. Married in 1970 and lived in the Memphis since 1971 (most of the time). We have one daughter born in 1977, son-in-law and four grandkids. June 19, we’re taking our two oldest grandkids with us to Lodi, CA, had a younger brother there. Last weekend of June, have my family reunion in Lake Tahoe. I have family in San Francisco, Sunnyvale, and many more cities in CA. Last Oct. 1, DX with stage 4, high volume advance prostate cancer with just a few years to live. We have a Great and close family and this is the hardest time\thing in my life, but, I’m taking it a day at a time.

        I LOVE wood, (family the most). Anyhow, will read your blog as I have time. I do want to start a blog very soon.

        Take care,

        Dave Glasgow, Bartlett, TN

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        • Andrew says:

          Dave – sorry you have to deal with this PC thing. Not something anyone wants to face. The only hope is that the palliative treatments out there can keep you going for a long time. So here’s hoping you’ve got plenty of time for family and making sawdust.

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        • John Harrison says:

          Dave, I found Andrew from Healingwell, too. Hang in there, immunotherapy is getting close for our ailment and if we can just survive long enough, I think there will be a real cure?

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  3. Are you making any progress on the shop?


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