Because it's cold out, I want to think of happy things. We're thinking of moving in a year or two out to the "country" (as much as you can and still be in the suburbs of Baltimore and Washington) where we can put up a pole building/storage shed for the camper. I've got some ideas in mind of what I'm after:
- 60' long so that the 42' FW and truck can be hitched and still inside
- tall enough to work on top of the FW
- 14' (tall) x 12' (wide) doors on both ends for a pull-thru
- a second extra-wide door so the truck could be parked in it's own spot instead (it's one of our two vehicles and get driving fairly regularly)
- wide enough inside space so that all slides can be deployed (we have curb and driver's side slides)
- water + electric (50amp) hookups
- sewer hookup would be ideal, but I could make use of a macerator and pump the stuff somewhere (though, if that's the route I go - I'd like to hard-plumb all of the fittings so it wouldn't be a hose running across the yard)
I was thinking of also maybe getting crazy and instead of the 2nd "extra wide" door, making it another 14' x 12' door so that someone else with a FW/TT could park there. BUT, the reality of it actually getting used is pretty slim to none.
I also have pretty limited tools and workshop needs that I'd like to support - band saw, work benches, etc. I've built a couple of kayaks and would love to get back into that.
I'd love to see what buildings/pictures you all have done. Share!