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Old 01-24-2011, 10:18 AM   #21
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nice SHED, man i could live in that one!!!!LOL mine is a 12x12 shed,buired in about 4 ft solid ice/snow all around. Ill dig out a path in a couple of days,turn on my propane heater for 10 min, nice an toasty. cant wait!!
Me to I turn on the little jet blower/heater my shed/garage is only 9x18 so it heats up nice still it's hard to stay in there when it's 7 degrees this winter is cooooollldd
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Old 01-24-2011, 12:12 PM   #22
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The decent lighting and the little Hot Dawg heater that I installed last spring have been the best investment I've made in a looooong time. Really helped make my own personal "shed time" a lot more enjoyable and productive. My wife has hardly seen me at all this winter!
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The best part of the board for me is to see other peoples garages and sheds, shops etc, in the background of their bike pictures. My shop seems to have become a sanctuary for all sorts of fellas without one. A nice laid out shop is art.
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^^ Funny you should say that. Me too. We have a sneak peek into two VERY interesting sheds - stacked to the brim with rare ol' junk (sheadheadz) in Junk issue #2 coming soon.. Billy
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Old 01-25-2011, 12:14 PM   #25
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Yep I agree! If it wasn't for my shop I would have lost my mind long ago. Just installed a new wood stove out here this winter. My wife don't quite get it but she knows it keeps me sane.
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The decent lighting and the little Hot Dawg heater that I installed last spring have been the best investment I've made in a looooong time. Really helped make my own personal "shed time" a lot more enjoyable and productive. My wife has hardly seen me at all this winter!


And she probably doesn't mind, cause I know what you look like! By the way, that chassis nearing completion?
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