This has been the summer of doctor and hospital visits, however, I kept a couple of carpenters busy. They insulated and finished the garage, so it's pretty nice out there, but putting everything in there and all over the place, back on the shelves has taken me a lot of time. But I'm also slowly recovering from a bunch of health issues that caved in on me this summer. So not much shop work. Today, this great carpenter finished up putting siding on the lower half of the exterior of our sun room. I have more to do with scraping and painting, but that will wait til the heat breaks. As of now, the garage takes a couple of minutes to cool off to a comfortable temp (or in winter running the clothes dryer a few minutes to warm it up. So I expect to be out there regularly. I also have a bunch of new tools to play with and a honey do list I should get started on. My real shop is an insulated and wired and air conditioned shed out back, but just walking out there in 107 degree temps kind of wipes me out. Guess that's part of the summer doldrums for lots of us old guys.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.