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    Default my shed helper

    had a quick tidy up to deal with later, well I hope the wind would blow it away.
    built him a new home as well but no the wood shavings is the place to be
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    He looks comfy

    Is that scrap wood block under the MDF waste not old fella.

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    Here are mine - but I would call them more of a nuisance than help.

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    Here's mine - well not exactly mine, he belongs to my Daughter & family but stays with us 5 days a week.
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    Have to say he is not a lot of help in the workshop.....
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    My 3 watching me hand regrind a plane blade.

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    Why was I regrinding a plane blade by hand . . . well the stuff up fairy visited whilst I was regrinding on the Torment . . . HSS is a pain to regrind from 25 to 20
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    yes it's scrap wood! think I have to much scrap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobL View Post
    Here are mine - but I would call them more of a nuisance than help.
    Awwwwwww, c,mon dad!!

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    Pat that shed is far too comfy!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by artme View Post
    Awwwwwww, c,mon dad!!
    The bigger one is a very timid dog around other dogs but in the shed she just wants to attack everything; things that sparks like grinders and welder, anything that makes a noise like power tools or machinery and the compressor lines, anything that moves like hand tools - in short she's a danger to herself and me.

    The littl'n is only 9 week old - she's not allowed in the shed yet.

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    Unfortunately Arnie lost his battle with cancer on Monday.
    7 months after diagnosis and 13 wonderful years, we had to say goodbye.

    The shed is some how different without him, but Lucy and Toby still keep me company in there.
    Pat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat View Post
    Unfortunately Arnie lost his battle with cancer on Monday.
    7 months after diagnosis and 13 wonderful years, we had to say goodbye.

    The shed is some how different without him, but Lucy and Toby still keep me company in there.
    My condolences Pat. Dogs are so much of of my life too.

    Cheers Michael
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    Sorry to hear that Pat, it always hits us hard when we lose one of our four legged mates

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