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    Quote Originally Posted by Dprochef View Post
    Have several of him. But my Favorite is a full size wall map of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Attachment 249947


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    Where did you get it? I've wanted a similar of the nearby mountains

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    Three car at a minimum. When we built, I demanded 3 1/2 since my neighborhood does not allow sheds. I have room for all three Jeeps, lawn mower, snow blower, wheel barrow, other junk and of course a work bench. I personally like the unfinished garage.

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    What do you love about your garage?

    Quote Originally Posted by GraniteCrystal View Post
    Where did you get it? I've wanted a similar of the nearby mountains
    I actually pieced together about 15 topo maps of the area to make one large one that covers the entire park. None that big were for sale. So I made my own


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    While my garage is only a 2 car, it has a wide door that is also 7ft tall, has a 10ft ceiling, and a coated floor. Also love the up high shelves that are installed on all 3 walls. I did the floors myself when we bought the place back in Sept, but the home builder did the shelves.

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    You can see the shelves here. Nice having off storage off the floor and out of the way.

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    Just wish the garage itself was a bit bigger. 3 car would be nice.


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    I have attached big two car 25x22 with 9' wide 8' tall doors and a 20+' ceiling. Ah, yea my builder forgot the second floor back in '08. I'll be fixing that soon.

    I also have a separate detached garage/shop that is 28x30. That garage has a 16x10' garage door and 12 foot ceilings.

    Definitely use LED lighting, makes a huge difference in my working garage. Tall ceilings are great for loft and a Jeep hard top

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    What I hate is all the extra shit in mine. Like the mower, weed eater, wheelbarrow, and other crap like that. Also Christmas decorations and the like take up room. I only have a 2 car garage and it wouldn't suck so bad with the extra room I could make. I'm building a shed in the back for most of that stuff and finishing out a space in the attic for extra storage.


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    I love the fact that it has air-conditioning all year round and the dog can watch me work without getting in the way20170324_171936.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylinekelley View Post
    I love the fact that it has air-conditioning all year round and the dog can watch me work without getting in the way20170324_171936.jpg

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    Mine has done solid AC from November to March


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    Yeah man! Living in Durango, Co. downtown means on street parking year round and fighting for a spot within a block of the house

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    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    Mine has done solid AC from November to March


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    I'm pretty sure someone left a freezer door open in mine. Shits been frozen since November! Gonna have to talk to someone about this...


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