New shop!

New shop!

Post by CM » Sun, 27 May 2007 22:42:30



After 7 years of my parents parking in the driveway and 21 years of my wife
parking in the driveway  all so I could use the garage for a shop. I am
finally getting a shop of my own with no bikes, lawn equipment, etc... and
my wife is getting the garage all to herself and we now have a large shed
for the bikes and lawn equipment. I just hope my wife doesn't start calling
the shop her sewing room---he he he.

The framers finished yesterday and the stucco guys will start on Monday. I
will post pictures later this weekend. I will have almost 300 square feet
with concrete pads in the front and back to spread out if need be.

This all came from our designer that decided the west end of the house
looked too plain from the street. He was going to extend the wrap around
porch to that end of the house when he hit upon the shop idea. I am soooo
e***d.

More later,

cm

www.vintagetrailersforsale.com

 
 
 

New shop!

Post by Ralph E Lindber » Sun, 27 May 2007 23:14:25



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> www.vintagetrailersforsale.com

CM... read the post then looked at the sig-line. Always enjoy seeing one
of the Tin Can Tourists on the road (I lead the effort to create
r.o.rv-travel over 20 years ago)

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New shop!

Post by CM » Tue, 29 May 2007 23:29:59


OK hare is a link to pictures of our remodel project including the shop.
http://www.FoundCollection.com/

Enjoy,

Craig

Quote:
> After 7 years of my parents parking in the driveway and 21 years of my
> wife
> parking in the driveway  all so I could use the garage for a shop. I am
> finally getting a shop of my own with no bikes, lawn equipment, etc... and
> my wife is getting the garage all to herself and we now have a large shed
> for the bikes and lawn equipment. I just hope my wife doesn't start
> calling
> the shop her sewing room---he he he.

> The framers finished yesterday and the stucco guys will start on Monday. I
> will post pictures later this weekend. I will have almost 300 square feet
> with concrete pads in the front and back to spread out if need be.

> This all came from our designer that decided the west end of the house
> looked too plain from the street. He was going to extend the wrap around
> porch to that end of the house when he hit upon the shop idea. I am soooo
> e***d.

> More later,

> cm

> www.vintagetrailersforsale.com

 
 
 

New shop!

Post by Mora » Wed, 30 May 2007 23:45:33



Quote:
> OK hare is a link to pictures of our remodel project including the shop.http://www.FoundCollection.com/

> Enjoy,



> > After 7 years of my parents parking in the driveway and 21 years of my
> > wife
> > parking in the driveway  all so I could use the garage for a shop. I am
> > finally getting a shop of my own with no bikes, lawn equipment, etc... and
> > my wife is getting the garage all to herself and we now have a large shed
> > for the bikes and lawn equipment. I just hope my wife doesn't start
> > calling
> > the shop her sewing room---he he he.

> > The framers finished yesterday and the stucco guys will start on Monday. I
> > will post pictures later this weekend. I will have almost 300 square feet
> > with concrete pads in the front and back to spread out if need be.

> > This all came from our designer that decided the west end of the house
> > looked too plain from the street. He was going to extend the wrap around
> > porch to that end of the house when he hit upon the shop idea. I am soooo
> > e***d.

> > More later,

> > cm

> >www.vintagetrailersforsale.com- Hide quoted text -

> - Show quoted text -

Looks real nice..........lottsa room
 
 
 

New shop!

Post by CM » Fri, 01 Jun 2007 22:58:36


Ralph,

The Tin Can Tourists is a great organization! www.tincantourists.com  We
grew up camping in Michigan and continue to do so here in Arizona. Hope to
see you on the road some day.

Have fun,

Craig


Quote:


>> www.vintagetrailersforsale.com

> CM... read the post then looked at the sig-line. Always enjoy seeing one
> of the Tin Can Tourists on the road (I lead the effort to create
> r.o.rv-travel over 20 years ago)

> --
> --------------------------------------------------------
> Personal e-mail is the n7bsn but at amsat.org
> This posting address is a spam-trap and seldom read
> RV and Camping FAQ can be found at
> http://www.ralphandellen.us/rv

 
 
 

New shop!

Post by CM » Fri, 01 Jun 2007 22:59:40


Moray,

Thanks for the kind words. I am looking forward to the day I can set up shop
inside.

Craig

Quote:

>> OK hare is a link to pictures of our remodel project including the
>> shop.http://www.FoundCollection.com/

>> Enjoy,



>> > After 7 years of my parents parking in the driveway and 21 years of my
>> > wife
>> > parking in the driveway  all so I could use the garage for a shop. I am
>> > finally getting a shop of my own with no bikes, lawn equipment, etc...
>> > and
>> > my wife is getting the garage all to herself and we now have a large
>> > shed
>> > for the bikes and lawn equipment. I just hope my wife doesn't start
>> > calling
>> > the shop her sewing room---he he he.

>> > The framers finished yesterday and the stucco guys will start on
>> > Monday. I
>> > will post pictures later this weekend. I will have almost 300 square
>> > feet
>> > with concrete pads in the front and back to spread out if need be.

>> > This all came from our designer that decided the west end of the house
>> > looked too plain from the street. He was going to extend the wrap
>> > around
>> > porch to that end of the house when he hit upon the shop idea. I am
>> > soooo
>> > e***d.

>> > More later,

>> > cm

>> >www.vintagetrailersforsale.com- Hide quoted text -

>> - Show quoted text -

> Looks real nice..........lottsa room