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A walk through of my shop in Hominy


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If you are ever in the area stop in.
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We do lots of heads
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Part of the back yard.
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Why is everything wall mounted? Makes my neck stiff.
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I tried to do a video but it wouldn’t upload. And you can’t delete anything here after it’s posted so I tried to take a few pics to fill in the blanks. Of course they posted sideways.

After a bit I’ll see if I can correct them.
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Why is everything wall mounted? Makes my neck stiff.
lap top here just turn the screen 90 deg. little harder if you have a desk top.
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I like it. A nice clean organized shop.
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A cozy mess just how I like it.
Real corrugated tin on the walls too not that modern flat stuff.
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would like to pick thru that yard.....
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Thanks for the pictures !! I wish your shop was closer to me.
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I have a few of them steel folding chairs ...lol.. in my shop too...
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Thanks for the cozy mess, I’ll take that one. I always say if the floor is clean that means there’s no work getting done.
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I like your back yard
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