OK, this doesn't sound a very interesting subject for a blog post, BUT I am sure many scale modellers and gaming miniature hobbiests have had t do this at one time or another (and maybe more than once)!
I'm finally making some real progress in the clearing out of my 'man cave', so much so that I'm finally willing to post up a photograph. I have to say, first, that it's a bit of a pity that I didn't take a 'before' photo to show just how stuffed with junk our attic room was - it was, genuinely, floor to ceiling with crap - but I was just too embarrassed to do that! 😂
Yep, it's still a bit of a tip BUT look! I can see some carpet AND I can actually get to my crafting desk at the back. OK, I can't quite use it yet - there's still stuff to move/chuck out - but I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel, so to speak.
Now, the reason I am adding this to the blog is that this rather mundane operation has to be done before I can get back to posting up some of my more interesting activities. With complete access to my desks I will be able to get back to documenting my scale model making, toy solder creation and my computer gaming on a regular and organised basis. So, this blog will benefit.
...One of the funny things about doing this is that I am finding LOTS of half completed projects. I really do not need to buy any new kits for a long, long time and I am determined to work though the unfinished projects before I move on.
...The downside, though, is that I still haven't found all my hobby tools - they may be in the boxes I still haven't opened - so my actual modelling progress is still a bit stop and start. 😐