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Rooms

Den
1 2 3 4
Den | Basement
Garage
5 6 7 8
Den | Kitchen
9 10 11 12
Hallway
Front Entrance
Living Room
Dining Room
13 14 15 16
Living Room
Main Hallway
Upstairs Hallway
Guest Bath
17 18 19 20
My Bedroom
Upstairs Hallway
Other Room
21 22 23 24
Upstairs Hallway
Master Bedroom
Master Bathroom
25 26 27 28


The two-garage of our house was never used for car storage. Originally, my parents gave ballroom dance lessons in this room, and it is finished with a tile floor to match the den, and full heating and cooling using the home's HVAC system.

Eventually it became a shop for building and modifying speaker cabinets. The garage houses a large, heavy professional table saw, a full industrial drill press (the top of which is visible to the left of this photo), and table planer, metal punch, grinder, and other woodworking equipment. Everything is, of course, buried under stuff. My neighbor used to comment about what a "show" it was when my dad needed to saw a piece of wood. It was a whole day project that involved clearing off the table saw through the exterior garage door, unloading all of the stuff into the driveway, cutting the wood, and then spending the rest of the day putting everything back into the garage.

The electrical service to the house is in the far corner, absolutely beyond reach through this side of the room, and barely accessible through the second exterior garage door, if you can get that door open.
The shelves toward the back of the room hold raw speaker drivers and finished, wrapped cabinets ready to be
assembled, although all you can really see in these photos is more boxes.

Time to reconstruct the path out of the garage and head back to the den.


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