NEVER A DULL MOMENT!
15 Grandchildren can sure keep a woodworker busy!
SHOP OWNER: Dick Herman
LOCATION: Fort Washington, MD
Here are a few shots from my workshop. We have 15 grandchildren and they keep me pretty busy in the shop: Jewelry boxes for the girls, treasure boxes for the boys and an assortment of play toys, desks, work benches, night lights, furniture and just about anything else that they can think of. It's a great way to keep the senior mind occupied.
About my shop: When I put an addition on the house I also added another basement. This 20X30 section is my shop, with a 5'X8' office space and a 10'X12' storage area. My main tools are:
I also have a Porter-Cable router mounted in a cabinet I built several years ago and the usual assortment of old iron and junk that we tinkerers just can't throw away.
- Craftsman radial arm saw - 1967
- Rockwell-Delta lathe - 1972
- DeWalt 12.5" planer - 1999
- Powermatic TS - 1999
- Grizzly 14' band saw - 1990
- Craftsman Jig saw - 1950
- Walker-Turner "Driver Line" 4-in. jointer - ca. 1948
. . . Dick Herman
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