I live in Florida, so a lot of my tinkering and building takes place outside. Somehow I can't seem to organize things  in a neat  manner, but I seem to remember where every thing is..... most of the time. 

Step 1: Working Outside

Working outside, isn't too bad if you have something to shade you from the heat of the Florida sun. I do a lot of my projects on the wooden bench in the shade from the cabana.
<p>The Shed is up on blocks because every few years we get a river rise past it's banks, that's not too far from me. The blocks do slow down the carpenter ants, but nothing realy stops them completely. I've had some luck keeping critter away by throwing moth balls under....</p>
<p>I'm in Florida as well, guess messy workshops are normal here (except for the OCD who spend all their time keeping workshop clean) Up on blocks may be because of flooding or wood eating bugs? when it rains, it rains a lot. Mosquito's are a major concern working outside, itchy and irritating even when they are not carrying disease</p>
The big outdoor bench looks good. Wish I had one. You could put anything on that.<br><br>You've got plenty of space and plenty of gear.<br><br>What are you working on lately?<br><br>Thanks for showing us.
Well, that's kinda interesting to have a garage that is up on foundation supports.

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