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May 13, 2012, 06:35 AM
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Workshop conversion

Though the rain has momentarily ceased, the wind is still up around 15mph and gusty, so still no flying... Never mind though, I have spent my weekend being productive and building myself a proper work area in my parents our buildings. They are having their utility room renovated which has meant there are some kitchen cabinets being removed, and some work surface too. As you can see from the pictures, before I was working on a table and a glass desk at the back of the garage, that has now changed

The whole thing only too me 5 hours, and now I have a great work area with fantastic natural light, loads of storage and electricity - oh and carpet! I am sitting here at the moment and it's a great place to work, and having this facility will obviously improve my flying.... that is how it works, right?

Comments welcome - anything I am missing?
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May 13, 2012, 06:18 PM
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Excellent job, nice to have natural light, potential for expansion. Is this space usable in winter?
May 14, 2012, 02:04 AM
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Yeah, a little cold but I have worked in there through winters before. I'll buy a heater at some point.

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