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Bulding a Barn / Shop

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Old 01-23-2018, 09:17:18 PM
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Default Re: Bulding a Barn / Shop

I'll agree... facilities IN the shop... and a shower, and a slop-sink. SHE might ask why... the answer... so you don't hafta drag all the greasy grimey into the house when 'ya need to GO!

And it's always nice to have a big slop sink in the shop, to carry parts to when you need to hose the old-fashioned DIRT out of 'em (not oily grease... just DIRT)
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