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Nice, Kev. You'll be a little more cramped tomorrow in my shop! I'll see if I can get a few "before" pics together for you. 

Looking forward to meeting you!

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I'm looking forward to it as well Mick!  I've seen your shop here and it is indeed a nice shop!

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Glad to see some specks of dust and detritus on the floor Kev. It looks fantastic - a great space.

It looks like you are in a dark sky site judging by the views out of the windows? Another hobby of mine is astronomy and I've recently got into deep space astrophotography. I sure wish my urban location had darker skies. We have it spoilt by LED streetlights :(

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38 minutes ago, TerryMcK said:

It looks like you are in a dark sky site judging by the views out of the windows? Another hobby of mine is astronomy and I've recently got into deep space astrophotography. I sure wish my urban location had darker skies. We have it spoilt by LED streetlights :(

For whatever reason, I think a lot of people enjoy the two hobbies, and I include myself in that category. We're in a dark sky area outside Santa Fe, NM. Maybe it's because of our proximity to Los Alamos National Labs, but I know several woodworkers who are also into astronomy. The DeepSkyWest observatory is just a few miles east of here. If you're interested, you can use their imaging scopes via the internet. And they have some NICE equipment! 

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9 hours ago, TerryMcK said:

Glad to see some specks of dust and detritus on the floor Kev. It looks fantastic - a great space.

It looks like you are in a dark sky site judging by the views out of the windows? Another hobby of mine is astronomy and I've recently got into deep space astrophotography. I sure wish my urban location had darker skies. We have it spoilt by LED streetlights :(

Thanks!  It does get very dark where I'm at..  It's pretty cool to be able to see the satellites with the naked eye!  That's about as close as I get to astronomy..

As for the specs of dust, I'll work on that ;)

 

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