My workshop used to be a garage :) For most of my time here we have made sure there was room for at least one car inside, as it is always a possibility that hailstones the size of baseballs could rain down. Hail that size, even hail much smaller can put serious dents in a Ford Taurus.
Over the last two years, much junk has left the garage for charity shops or the local landfill. Other things have arrived. I started working in the small space that was left around the clutter, but eventually something had to give.
So ...... the car lives outside and we pray! The treadmill is pushed as far back as possible, and I arrange the workshop as best I can in a space that is around 16 feet by 20 feet. This is just about manageable, but leaves little room for much storage. Lumber, for example, pretty much has to be bought *by the project*
As a workspace, the garage will suffice for now. If I ever get enough work from it to be *employed*, then a larger shop would be a priority. More space, better heating and cooling, dust extraction ...... the list goes on.
All that is for the future. For now, here are a few pics of the woodshop, and it’s major machines.