|Porch is starting to pile up with stuff that needs to disappear.|
I went back out to the shed today and decided that I needed some peg board up on the wall. I measured for the board and cut it and all the sundry underlying supports. The problem with this is I changed my mind about how I was going to organize the space. I started moving the shelving units all over the place. I even took one six foot tall 2 ftx4 ft and made it into 2 three feet tall shelves next to each other. I am going to take a large piece of plywood and place it across the top to make a work surface. I can mount my drill, sander and scroll saw to this table and actually use them!!! Very cool concept. I may even hook up all three to my shop vac so I can have a dust collection system going. I will need to move my shop vac out of the house next week anyway. I have the duct work for a dust collection system already.
I did manage to hit my shop light and break out the bulb. So I may have to adjust the location of this light and definitely need to raise it. Of course with no light there will be no nocturnal progress made on the shed.
|New work bench, needs a new top but you can see how it going
to work out, my scroll saw is already claiming a space. The far
wall on the left side of the window is going to be pegboard.
I also ended up moving my pegboard to a separate wall and am going to move an old cabinet over to its spot and mount it to the wall. I did remove an old work top/shelving unit that was original in the old house when I cleaned it out the first time. It is just too tall to work on.
I got the deal of the century today. I have been talking to the scrap metal yard owner about saving woven wire fencing for me. I picked up 450# of new looking woven wire (I mean this stuff is brand new, no rust, bright metal color). It is amazing stuff. I cannot believe that anyone would rip it out. I would be good for another 20-30 years! I just looked up the fence type and I ended up with almost 600 feet of fencing or $0.167/foot. An amazing price! I asked for another pickup load and I will have my fencing needs met. Now if only it would build itself…