my "shop"ntakes up most of my grandparent's basement (or their garage
) it is simpler because there are a LOT of handy tools there that i can't get my hands on @ home, including the ever-elusive "triangle screwdriver".
see, my grandfather had a lot of odd jobs in his life, but the point is that at one point he worked for one of those unamed toy companies that made walmart toys. so practically anything i need to mod is within easy reach. (ok, pvc can be tough, but i still manage
sorry, but i'm rather far from their house right now so i can't take a full inventory. *but a lot of the non-powered stuff is rather old, so it's not of so much use. but there is a huge selection of screwgun tips to choose from, so no matter the mod, it can get done
there's also a semi-functional sink down there, so i can also do testing on-site so quick-fixes are a snap
all that, a mini-fridge, a rather sturdy table (my "workbench"
) and everything you need to do your laundry for a few months and you have my "shop"
note that everything after the * is about the basement, not the garage.