Hello from New Hampshire
Lights are flickering during our 1st "early" NE storm of the season so if this pops up as my 2nd intro post, I apologize and would like to blame mother nature who seems to be a bit confused this year.
I'm new to this forum, but not to wood working. I'm not a cabinet maker nor a weekend warrior. I would like to introduce myself as a craftsman and hope to live up to my self appointed expertise.
I live in Greenville NH and have an ultimate workshop (by my standards) which I built myself. I dug out the space from under my barn which had a walk in space, half of which was a crawl space. Living here in NH, I had to deal with lots of great big granite boulders and ledge. But my workshop is 24 X 24 and the ceiling height is 6ft 3inches. I had to avoid lots more serious digging, but managed to fit a wood floor into my shop. I did leave this unfinished so the shop could breath. There was a moister problem. The wood floor was a must because I have serious arthritis. But I took an early retirement with the Teamsters Union and currently living on easy street.
Been married 36 years to a wonderful lady who earned her Masters degree after raising our 4 sons. She gives me health insurance and I do the cooking (love it) and the house work (including windows).
Hope to add as much as I take from this site. Glad to be aboard!