Vince’s shop was supposed to be delivered today around 3. At 1:00, he looked out and said “they’re here!”
The delivery guy has the neatest trailer. I’m sure the whole world knows about it except me but he has a remote and he can move the back or the front left or right, move the whole thing frontwards or backwards to get it exactly where you want it. He told Vince, you tell me the exact spot where you want it and I’ll put it there .. and he did.
It was fun watching him get it positioned.
It’s in place now. The electrician may come tomorrow but probably not til early next week because I believe there are still some lines to be marked before they dig a trench.
This is the door that leads into the shop area. The building is 14 x 40. The shop area is 14 x 22. The storage area is 14 x 18.
This is the back door that goes into the storage area. You can see there’s a roll up door on that end.
The inside will be finished with “car siding” which kinda reminds me of shiplap but . . what do I know?
There’s Vince’s workbench between the windows. I think they’re spraying something on the floor . . kinda like you see in commercial shops but I can’t remember what it’s called.
There are 14 double plugs around the room, 2 double plugs in the ceiling and one 220 plug. I don’t think Vince will run short on electrical outlets.
I’m happy Vince has it and I hope he enjoys it and loves creating whatever he’s going to create out there. I asked him what he’s going to do and he said “make stuff and have a place to go”. Hmmm . . this will be interesting.
Then he said “No, really I’m going to put up a big screen TV and a bar. What did you think I was going to do? Work?” OK . . it may be really interesting. The truth is . . whatever happens in the building stays in the building. I would imagine Vince prefers it to be a “No Wife Allowed” zone. I can live with that.