The first is looking into the shop from outside the open door:
A slight left turn for the West wall:
Into the shop to the sharpening station on the East wall:
From the sharpening station turning to the left and along the north wall behind the main work bench:
A slight turn to the left and the main bench with the off bench along the West wall:
Moving to the right end of the main bench, the North wall and the tool room:
The tool room AKA Fibber McGee's closet. Along with everything I do not know what to do with are my grinders, saw sharpening station, and mini-lathe:
The off bench. I keep the shooting board and the Moxon vise along with the glue pot on the off bench:
The main bench from the off bench with the east wall in the background:
Last one. The main bench looking out the shop with the wood pile on the East wall. The wood on the bench is the Sapele slab for MsBubba's sofa table:
Click 'em to big 'em.
As I have posted before, Ten lbs of stuff in a five lb bag. A couple of things I would like to do: Change the overhead door to a pair of carriage doors and extend the front of the shop eight feet. Either or both would make a huge difference is useable space.