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#OperationFindTheGarage Photos

I made an executive decision: the project, she is finito. Done. Ended.

I originally had in mind this plan to park an actual car in the garage, but after further consideration decided this was not an appropriate goal. After all, I have books! Sound stuff! A stand-up freezer! A cat! Who needs a car added to that muck? At some point as I add to my fleet (currently the fleet contains two vehicles — gotta start somewhere, right?), I will have room for that three-wheeled motorcycle in there.

Two wheels give me agita if I am solely responsible for keeping them (and myself) upright. It’s a balance thing … but I digress.

I indicated that I would post photos of #OperationFindTheGarage and here they are for your nausea entertainment:

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The nightmare that was the near-beginning of the adventure …

 

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It was organized chaos, I tell you! I knew where everything was in there. Sort of. Well, maybe not everything …

 

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Note that blue recycle can — it’s full. Because this photo was taken AFTER some cleaning. Yeah, it was like that.

 

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Posted this on Facebook a month or so ago as an interesting book interlude … It was necessary to make new piles whilst dismantling the old piles. That’s how I roll.

 

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A corner space almost dug out … I was especially excited to find the jug o’ CLR.

 

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Before the stacks and piles of stuff vanished, they landed on an art table. These piles included books, albums, CDs, stationery, and photos that were being saved.

 

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And after the piles, stacks, and art table were removed …

 

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Before the shelves were cleaned. Yes, sound equipment, books, and a cat. Fabulous, right?

 

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Aaand … afterward!

 

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So the top of that lateral file could use a bit more help. I’m working on it. Or I will work on it. Or something. It is really organized chaos now because I can actually get at what’s on there without causing an avalanche.

 

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I can walk between the garage door and the shelves without having to climb. Huzzah!

And there you have it. I can move about, find stuff, and enjoy this extra room in my home.

Life is good.

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