Yeah, I'm with Cannibal. I will post a photo tomorrow and this my lady fiend will be happy about this thread too. She has been nagging me to organize it for weeks now!
I have a small walk in closet (like one step in) with all my work/personal/camping clothes and gear in it. I reorganized a few months ago and cleared out enough space in a lower draw to put all my small gear in (ie stoves, knifes, ponchos etc) and half the hanging rack for the pack, hammock and now my new 30* bag. Unfortunately that was a few months ago and now I have to get back in there and clean it up again .
Attic??? Holy cow what the heck is wrong with me?? (hand hitting head sound).
Gang....I'm gonna have a new gear closet/room very soon! That is if my son and husband haven't already taken it over too. The door is in my son's room, so that probably isn't a very good sign.
here's a thread from this past sept of pics I took after I cleaned my gear closet - this is neat
BUT I have a big long work table in the garage that usually looks like bits of gear exploded on it. it's mainly stuff I am tinkering with or not really using. then there's another corner in the garage with a blue tub & box of stuff with my sewing machine.
I have an older house that used to have coal burning furnace and a small room that used to be the coal bin. I have selves and storage in it now. So this is what my wife now calls my war room. This is where I store my camping, hammock and dehydrated foods and knives and Dutch ovens and so on and so on and so on. I will post a pic when I get it cleaned up this week.
I have a garage. . . and sometimes and I can park my Jeep in it. . . but not tonight. Gear explosion. How do these things happen I do keep my down quilts inside in a spare bedroom hanging over that donated elliptical machine that my wife's friend gave to us because it was taking up space in her house. Heck of a quilt hanger if you ask me. She doesn't know what she missed out on.
“He doesn't know the meaning of the word fear, but then again he doesn't know the meaning of most words”
- Bobby Bowden
my gear insulates the exterior walls of my room.
It's not procrastinating, its proactively delaying the implementation of the energy-intensive phase of the project until the enthusiasm factor is at its maximum effectiveness.
my gear is all in the basement ... it was in a closet but ran out of room... and the sad part is i sold off a lot of gear HAHAHHA
but it's nothing special
It puts the Underquilt on it's hammock ... It does this whenever it gets cold
In the interest of trying to reclaim some floor space, I've been thinking of throwing together a quick and dirty gathered end bedsheet mock hammock that I can hang up high near the ceiling of my basement and using it to loosely store my quilts/sleeping bags.