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Old 04-10-2012, 04:44 PM
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Thanks guys. It has only been in the planning stage for about 13 years.

Mike, too small, only 216 sq.ft. Plus, my shop is too messy to be seen from the house. That is why it is hidden awayin the basement. In the basement, with the shades pulled, I don't get distracted by the outside and all the jobs it has waiting for me to do.

The sun-room and deck are my wife's domain, for her plants, so the deer can't get to them to eat them. We have discovered that deer eat just about anything that grows in the ground except irises and daffodils. That is why we have spiky succulents planted in front of things like hostas (which they love).
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Old 04-10-2012, 04:56 PM
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Thanks guys. It has only been in the planning stage for about 13 years.

Mike, too small, only 216 sq.ft. Plus, my shop is too messy to be seen from the house. That is why it is hidden awayin the basement. In the basement, with the shades pulled, I don't get distracted by the outside and all the jobs it has waiting for me to do.

The sun-room and deck are my wife's domain, for her plants, so the deer can't get to them to eat them. We have discovered that deer eat just about anything that grows in the ground except irises and daffodils. That is why we have spiky succulents planted in front of things like hostas (which they love).
I was wondering what that gate was for.

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Old 04-10-2012, 04:59 PM
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13 years,,,no sense getting in a hurry. i been working on my house since august of 92 and i am still not finished. nice place you have there.
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Old 04-10-2012, 05:24 PM
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13 years,,,no sense getting in a hurry. i been working on my house since august of 92 and i am still not finished. nice place you have there.
That is a few more years than me, we bought in 94 and have been at it ever since. I'm not sure I'll live long enough to get it finished.
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