I have this sort of lean-to area in the back of my driveway. It's filled haphazardly with recyclables and wood and pieces of insulation and bins of camping gear and whatnot. It's a terrible mess. I am finally starting to pull out the recyclables and stack the lumber in a way that makes some sort of sense.
My plan is to keep chipping away in this area. I have to be careful, since this is where the black widows live. I have to try to remember to wear actual shoes, not sandals, and wear work gloves.
So here is my plan, not in any order:
-Pull out the steel recycling
-sort and set aside an area for bottle recycling
-Figure out how to put some kind of better floor down. maybe gravel or sand. Right now it's full of this terrible muddy dust. it needs a floor of some sort that is less nasty.
-make work a work space for sorting gear before and after trips, to place my gardening and construction tools around and potting stuff.
-Install some form of lighting in there. It's super dark since it's really just open in the front.
-an electrical outlet would be nice too.
I am kind of at a loss for how to organize and manage all these catagories in there.
Any ideas or comments would be very welcome.