I was doing some housecleaning on the blog recently and found some ‘treasures’ that I thought could be brought out of the archives and back into the spotlight.
Granted, the photo quality and editing are still reflective of my early days as a blogger, but the content is good – so I hope you’ll join me for “Flashback Week”!
Spent part of Holiday Monday tidying up the garage, and I noticed something that I had to share;
This one I learned from my Grandpa, and it still holds absolutely true today…
The best, cheapest, and easiest way for storing garden tools:
Of course, this will only work for storing smaller, residential gardening tools. If you have more heavy duty equipment, you might need to look in buying one of those metal buildings or barns. In our caes, we’ve tried the below for storing our gardening stuff – and the plastic backing broke, the tools kept slipping out…
The guy in the photo isn’t happy, he’s stoned.
Look at him! He’s not smiling…
He’s thinking “What a waste of time and money! My wife owes me big time!”
This means of storing garden tools is not worth the I.O.U. ladies!
Listen to my Grandpa…
If you can bang a nail and drill a hole – you are set!
Attach a 2×2″ or 2×4″ to your garage wall by drilling 2 ½” to 3″ screws through the front of the board and into the studs in behind (it’s important you hit studs, so you may need a stud-finder here)
Drill a hole in the ends of any garden tools that have solid handles.
Map out the best placement for storing your garden tools and then bang a large nail into the wood you just hung, leaving about an inch or so sticking out for the tools to hang on, for other storage options if you have no garage look at doing this inside a shed, you’re able to get garden sheds at stores and online, at places such as EasyShed as well as others.
Thank you Grampa for the great idea!
Brilliant man eh?
Have a great one!