We have been moved in about a week, but have spent all of that week cleaning up our old house to get it on the market. Almost all the renovations that happened on the new house occurred at such a break neck pace that I didn’t document much of anything aside from a choice disaster.
That having been said, I wanted to say goodbye to my beloved garage. 9 years ago I moved in without owning a power tool bigger than a compact miter saw, and with less than a year of woodworking experience. I added electrical outlets, lights, and a lot of sawdust to that place. Many mistakes were made and lessons learned.
It was a packed mess, but I knew where everything was (mostly). The new space is over twice the size. You couldn’t tell in these shots because I had a temporary work bench setup for house renovations, tools everywhere, and the movers were pushing things in off the truck. It is a tough place to navigate. There is some built in shelving that helps for now, but might need to come out. Also the previous owner had an office setup along the one wall. Probably not going to stay in the long run. Going to need to get the old house cleaned up and unpacked inside before moving onto the shop.