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Old 06-07-2009, 02:50 PM
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Wow, just read through the whole thread (or most of it at least . Great shop, very well done !

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Old 06-07-2009, 04:56 PM
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Man, you do some nice work! I built my shop in 84 and installed an 8' 'back door' and ended up with a 10 about a year later lol. I did my walls in 3/8ths from the beginning tho but man, yours is up scale compared to mine lol. My dad and I did everything except for concrete finishing which was subed out.....and is the only thing that turned out crappy.
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Finally got the letters up over the bays.

And some news!
I was contacted by a magazine that is doing an special issue called Great Garage Makeovers and my shop is going to be included.
They sent a professional photographer who spent about 6 hours taking photos.






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Congrats on the magazine writeup forthcoming Roger. That makes everything worth it right there
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which magazine and when will it come out.

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Thanks Kevin!

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It's a special issue titled "Great Garage Makeovers" sponsored by the Meredith Corporation which publishes more than a dozen different magazines. It is targeted for newsstands around December or January.
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Old 06-30-2009, 09:40 AM
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Congrats, Rog. Keep us posted, errr, reminded, CRS affects me and I really would like to see the magazine. If the issue were coming out this week I might be able to remember, but Nov-Dec is a lonnng ways away!
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Snow this morning

It doesn't snow very often here in San Angelo so I thought I would post a picture from this morning.

Please excuse the mess. I am in the middle of remodeling the kitchen and dining room inside the house and everything is a little scattered around right now.

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Now all you need are candles in the windows with a wreath and a Christmas tree out front
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Has the mag. article hit the stands yet?
Love the snow...since you got it. Here in my part of IA we have only seen flurries.
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It doesn't snow very often here in San Angelo so I thought I would post a picture from this morning.

Please excuse the mess. I am in the middle of remodeling the kitchen and dining room inside the house and everything is a little scattered around right now.
What?!!! You mean you actually USE your garage as a WORKshop?



We've just our first real shot of winter here as well, during the last week. It was snowing and blowing here today, to the point where I had to shovel my wife's car INTO the garage. It was even worse an hour east of us at Drumheller, where they were reporting blizzard conditions.

Coincidentally, I'm also in the midst of doing a kitchen renovation , including the addition of a "peninsula". It started with buying some "Ready To Assemble" Cabinets from Home Depot, but the project grew to include laminate flooring, painting, plumbing, electrical ... and more.

We're getting close now, at the "functional" stage using chunks of the old counter. The new countertop and the rest of the special-order door packages and accesories should be ready for pickup in another week or so.

So congrats on the completion, and now the exposure that your garage project will be getting. I'm sure it will be a source of inspiration to many others!

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MAN...wish we had that here in abilene...it just missed us. Hope we get some tonight. Looks nice.

Mag out with your garage
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Still looks great. When is the news article going to come out?
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Thanks guys!

I just emailed the magazine for an update on the release of the magazine.
I'll let you all know when I hear something.
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Magazine update

Magazine update:

The magazine was released today!
See these two links:
Hot off the Press - Great Garage Makeovers

Magazine Description

My shop has 3 pages in the "Man Caves and Garage Nuts" section.
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