My painter/handyman, Jaime Ibarra, said that he could fix my garage if I took everything out of it. One of the main supports was rotten and he had to replace it. When I got my stuff out of the garage I separated it into two piles; one to keep and the other to throw away. It is amazing how much junk you can accumulate over the years. I threw away old photo chemicals that I will never use again and old electronic parts that are no longer useful but I kept boxes of albums and books. Parts from bikes that I no longer own went out including a carbon fiber heat shield for Chuck’s old trials bike.
After we loaded up the junk in Jaime’s pick up truck I put the rest of it all back into my garage. Now it is a lot easier to find things and to work on my bikes without moving anything out of the way.