The big workshop move
Moving into my own property
2020 and 2021 were intense years. In the beginning of 2020 just before covid19 I bought my own workshop property that was built throughout 2020. In November that year I received the keys to my new place. Almost all the work inside the place had to be done by myself. Below you can see how this all went.
Back to trumpet work!
I decided to declare the new workshop finished. It “only” took 97 long days. Much longer than anticipated BUT the result is very good and futureproof. The few things that are left to do are not vital and can be done on the evening hours, when normal people are asleep. I’ve got used to this now.
From monday, March 1 2021 The days will be filled with trumpet work again! Keep an eye on the website and social media for some nice pictures that are coming soon!
More loose ends!
It’s coming back to life!
What you see here is my old workshop. For people that have been in it filled with tools, machines and instruments this will probably look just as strange as it does to me. The coming week I’ll be working at making the new shop functional. Good stuff!
Machine moving day
Racing the deadline
Some risk taking paid off
We used a forklift and daring construction to move in the heavier pieces onto the first floor. Thank you Hans van Loenen for your presence and muscle power. And Gerard my neighbour who has no fear..
Upgrading the ugly trailer
At the start of this project I bought a used trailer. It’s been very handy for construction supplies etc but now I am moving things over it needed some cargo hooks adding. I dragged the family out for a road trip and picked up used hooks. With the shops closed and postal delays the fastest way to keep it all going. Fitted the hooks in the evening. Tomorrow: moving cupboards