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Old 07-16-2013, 06:33 PM
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Default Re: How comfortable is your 'shop' ?

Originally Posted by mapbike View Post
Hey, thay aint nothing wrong with that D-Dude94, done lots of that myself and still do it, if we lived in a more moderate climate it wouldnt be as bad this time of year but then again we can work outside in the winter months without it being to bad most of the time too so I guess we have it pretty good actually.

Does my heart good to see an 18 year old diving into doing something with his hands and mind instead of rap crap and video games 24/7 like so many do now days, some day when all this computer technology comes crashing down people better know how to do more than just push a button or flip a switch.

Hang in there and work hard and stay focused on the important things in life and one day you can have a great workshop to work out of and hopefully have a chance to pass this great hobby down to others.

Yeah. I play video games too, but I also work outside in the yard a LOT. lol Work on my daily driver occasionally, work on my project truck when funds allow, and work on my other bikes as well. Too many hobbies! lol

And I dunno where you live, but in East Texas it can get pretty cold during the winter! lol
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