New here and finally finishing my shop
Maybe finishing isn't the right term, as I know it will never be finished.
People always ask me what I make, and my usual response in "Sawdust". In reality, I make anything, and none of it is very good. Getting better though. I am national sales manager for a sporting goods manufacturer. I've remodeled several of my homes over the years, and learned everything there. I'm a pathetic DIYer. I don't like asking for help. I either do it myself, or don't do it.
Bought a home in 2017 on a 1 acre lot so I could build a dedicated shop. After completely remodeling the house, I am finally getting to the shop. My avatar is a 11' Walnut countertop I made for my kitchen. Also made the walnut fireplace mantle in the background.
Here are a couple pics of my new shop. I had the shell outsourced with roof and doors. Then I did the electrical, exterior paint, gutters, and just finished the epoxy floor last week. Insulation and walls should be happening next month. Going with OSB walls. Took on a side job building mailbox posts for a subdivision nearby. That plus my full time gig takes a majority of my time. That, plus at 58, I don't get as much done in a day, like I used to. Also included a pic of my current garage. It's been a dumping ground for the last two years while I remodeled. Forgive me, but I also had to include a picture with my shop dog.