I forgot to take my camera with me on Sunday so phone pics will have to do.
The other dealer did not get everything moved out so there are a few of her things still in here.
This cubby is mine as are the chair and the panels.
The storage area is eight by twenty-two feet. This is the far end.
Gray block on one side and unpainted wood on the other side.
A previous dealer had nailed up some lattice - I leaving this up.
This end is right inside the doorway.
The main booth area is seventeen by twenty feet.
View from the front right side to the back left corner.
View from back right corner to the left front corner.
There are two doorways leading to the aisle.
View from back left corner to the right front corner - the display case is staying right there by the other doorway.
View from down the "B" aisle where I am currently located.
See those white dots on the floor?
We are allowed two feet into the aisle for merchandise.
I call it my front porch.
Chucks installed shutter doors on each end as dividers.
I have more painted crates to do something right here.
The arrow points to the entrance to the back area.
Chucks also hung some lace panels over the concrete block.
Never tell your husband to swag.
Don't worry there are valances coming.
I realized as I was taking these photos, this booth is about the size of my first apartment!
So I will be creating a workspace by turning the cubby around and sticking a desk back there against the back wall.
I will have to give it a name.
If you lose sight of me, I will be hiding back here!
We spent all day yesterday moving cartloads down the aisle. My goal is to have everything retagged and put into some semblance of order by Sunday.
Oh, and I hope to survive!
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