I finally got out the door & vacuumed the leaves that blew in my little shop last week when I left the overhead door open. When the wind blows, it creates a vacuum & pulls tons of leaves in there. I also lit the pilot in the overhead furnace to warm things just a little. Easier to work when you feel your fingers, which is hard enough when I'm warm with half my fingertips being half numb all the time.
I'm gonna clean this little shop up for doing GT work this winter, as the old farm shop will still be THE farm shop for this winter, and it'll stay full. When I get back from the in-law's this afternoon, I may do more out there. I have 4 garden plows to move out, along with LOTS of small stuff that needs rearranging. This little shop also is very quick to warm with the 60,000btu overhead furnace & the room only being around 400 square feet, and a low 8' ceiling. With my GT time being limited, it takes a long time to heat the farm shop when it's cold enough to need heat.