i saw the most recent post of renting a bench at $450 a month. thats a bit more than i would like to spend on a hobby. for that i could rent a cheap garage and do it myself with my own tools. is there any sort of community woodshop that you can pay as you go or even free? i just moved to the area and am looking at small houses to live in that may not fit my tools. perhaps if someone has extra space, i could donate the tools and use the space?
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