|The access path has been made. There is enough room left between the table saw and the bench for my ample self to manoeuvre. The saw top and the router table have had the dust blown from them and a few things are starting to be moved.|
|The cabinet has been moved away from the wall, the floor swept behind it and the cabinet wiped down.|
|I have decided to return it to the same place. In fact just about everything will be returned to its original spot in the shop. Later I may readjust the positions but for now I am used to them and they seem to work.|
|Now let the tedium begin. Sort the shelves. Boxes are ready for spindles; short, medium, and blocks. Long spindles will be stacked for later storage. I like U-Haul boxes. They are standard sizes, sturdy and relatively inexpensive (no affiliation but a satisfied customer). Incidentally, they have great packing paper if you are doing a show and need stuff for wrapping bowls and vases and the like that people purchase. I need the stool for some of the stuff on the top shelf.|
|I could put stuff on the floor but I am almost 60 at the time this is written and all that bending would be a pain even though good for me. A couple of pieces of scrap shelving over a couple of those benches makes a great storage bench for waiting projects.|
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