This April is starting off as annoying as most others. I'm pretty antsy and eager for warm weather, having been cooped up inside since November. It's compounded by the fact that my home is really small compared to where I was living this time last year. I have no real place in the house currently to do much of anything for construction or costuming. Not that I have the cash for much in the way of "advanced costuming". No kits of ABS coming to my place any time soon, or experiments with resin molds. See my comment above about "my new home" and you can guess where all my money's gone. But I digress...
As I look at my yard out my library window (read as "room where all my nerd-crap and books are stored'), see a large yard. The wife has plans for the yard, good plans involving pergolas and garden beds and the like. I'd just like a broad surface around three-and-a-half feet off the ground to work on projects at. Smelly projects that likely will end with me fumigating the house and my wife wanting to kill me. Plus, having such a work bench would make it easier for making pergolas and cutting lumber for garden beds.
I need a work bench. An outdoor one that can handle rain and New England snow for at least a few years.
|This has some potential...|
|The clothesline in the background |
really ties the yard together.