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I got this article from misc.rural today. Somehow, it seems to
be applicable to this list....

From: isjlf@uaa.alaska.edu
Newsgroups: misc.rural
Subject: Re: Building garage, what to include?
Organization: University of Alaska Anchorage
Message-ID: <5444n4$g9j@news.alaska.edu>
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>Barry Thomas wrote:
> Getting ready to build a free standing 3 vehicle garage/workshop.  What
> would you include while building?  I've thought about plumbing air lines
> with outlets every few feet.  What about electrical plans?  Heating?
> What about overhead lifts?  Would appreciate any advice, "wish I had",
> or suggestions.
> Barry
> thomas@hsonline.net

I haven't seen anyone mention an office area, where you
can keep your Motors manuals, maintenance records, sundry
books and paperwork, fridge with soda pop (& beer), back issues of
Hemmings Motor News, etc. It's also a good place to keep
the shop stereo -- where it won't get so dusty and won't
be exposed to paint and solvents. An old blacksmith I
worked for years ago kept a cot in his shop office, for
those occasional episodes when his wife opined that he
wasn't fit to sleep under the same roof as herself.



Andrew L. Duane (JOT-7)			duane@zk3.dec.com
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