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Discussion in 'Photos' started by W4lnutz, Oct 3, 2012.
Not as neat and clean inside......
I that that I have to use it for work as well as motorcycles........I need another garage!
The whole "estate"
Sitting pretty together, the new Italian mistress meets Olga from the Volga. One has to go though!
Keep the Guzzi!!!!!!!!!!
My money is on the Guzzi staying. Its purdy...
I dig those copper colored heads .
Just checking in
How is everyone doing ?
love the copper headst to btw
Where is Dumpmere - Muskoka and what is the wood for?
Das a hol lot o kool
Thanks for he compliments guys!
It'll be a sad day, but it is the GS that's moving over, never thought I'd sell it, but had my head turned, what can I say?
How much does it cost to have the snow brought in? Thats gorg-e-ous! And who does the cleaning those bikes look very spic-n-span.
Muskoka is the lake region in Ontario, Canada.
I live just outside the town of Port Carling, which is where Lake Rosseau and Lake Muskoka meet.
the region is "cottage country" where the rich and famous come to summer.....
The area is also famous for it's wooden boat builders....
I am a contractor, but all the wood in the Garage in that photo was for my own house. It is 10" pine T&G flooring that I put on the walls...
The snow is FREE!!!!!!
(It just cost money to get rid of it.....)
As for cleaning the bikes......
These are done by hand...
This one gets washed like this:
Jep. And give me the Beemer. . .
Welcome to Russian garage)))
It's only 3x6m. Dirty and small, but keeps many usefull things and mysteries). I call my one "The Lynx's Hole". It's also called "Fort Boyard" (like TV-show) because sometimes it is really hard to pass between motorcycles, spares and junk. It is also hard to find a small thing here)))
My home is my castle, and my garage is my sanctuary.
My Katoom, named "Big Orange Beast" and XLR250, called "Little Lynx")
Tools, spare parts, chemical protection suit, and license plate from my grandpa's motorcycle:
Crafting place and music)
My helmet (no, my AK is not in garage)). The warning sign means: "Do not switch on, the power line is under maintenance".
Snow in 2011:
My first thought after building this 12x20 was: why didn't I make it twice as big? Ah well, still got room for one more bike.
That's a nice makeover DerrickWade.
Thank ya, I'm still working on the workbench and a few other details. Oh, and I should mention, I replaced the flexible dryer vent with actual aluminum duct work since taking those pictures. haha