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2017年5月13日 (土)

Workshop (2)

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In the previous post Workshop (1) it was mentioned that I have moved and I am currently in the process of getting settled in. With the interior finally close to completion I am in the midst of the very laborious task of turning up soil and removing stones, rocks and boulders in preparation for laying sod.  There are so many rocks I am starting to think my house was built atop of a former rock quarry.

In between digging out rocks and laying sod I have made incremental progress on the workshop. Having given the workshop a heart, the next order of business is to give the workshop a torso, ie a workbench.  Until now I never had room for a workbench and basically just used the floor as my workspace. At my new location, there is an amazing DIY store just 8 kilometers away which allows me to haul some of the smaller materials via the steel beast of burden.
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In setting out to build a workbench I searched the internet and found a great set of easy to build workbench plans and instructions.  I modified the dimensions to my liking and added a large deep drawer for storage.Img_7066
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Next to the workbench I added a deep sink.  Until now I had to wash and clean parts either outside in the street above a storm drain, or, when the wife wasn't looking, clean parts in the shower.
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The workbench is long enough and low enough so that if necessary the bicycle can be set atop of the workbench.
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Now that the workbench has a heart and a torso, the next step is to give it some extremities in the form of tools.

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