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neogeo
04-13-2009, 01:47
Well cleared out my walk threw closet. This is why......... (I have a hanger for the drysuit its just drying out same with the regs. I'll have thme back in there bags tomorrow. Its nice to have 2 enterences into my closet

http://i201.photobucket.com/albums/aa114/neogeo_14/P4120019.jpg
http://i201.photobucket.com/albums/aa114/neogeo_14/P4120022.jpg
http://i201.photobucket.com/albums/aa114/neogeo_14/P4120027.jpg
http://i201.photobucket.com/albums/aa114/neogeo_14/P4120028.jpg

fire diver
04-13-2009, 08:59
Looks great Neo!

I wish I had that much room in my closet. Sadly my wife has been waging a war against my half of the closet in my absence and has begun gaining ground.

lucidblue
04-13-2009, 09:29
I need to create an exclusive area for our dive gear. It's all shoved in a little alcove in the basement right now, but it's getting overcrowded.

DarinMartell
04-13-2009, 20:57
Looks good, the only problem is when the wife sees all of your gear in one place :smiley36:. I just did mine here http://forum.scubatoys.com/diy/22197-new-storage-lockers.html

rsmith4656
04-13-2009, 23:23
Nice!! I have so much gear that I have to keep it all out in the garage. Far less hassles that way. Plus nothing to get the house wet or any new smells for the dogs to go after.

CompuDude
04-14-2009, 01:16
Rick Inman wins the "best gear closet" award, as far as I'm concerned. :D

ScubaBoard - View Single Post - Show me your dive room (http://www.scubaboard.com/forums/3491766-post80.html)

Rileybri
04-14-2009, 07:31
Rick Inman wins the "best gear closet" award, as far as I'm concerned. :D

ScubaBoard - View Single Post - Show me your dive room (http://www.scubaboard.com/forums/3491766-post80.html)

I don't know comp a full on gear basement is hardly a closet! lol :smiley36:

fire diver
04-14-2009, 09:10
Rick Inman wins the "best gear closet" award, as far as I'm concerned. :D

ScubaBoard - View Single Post - Show me your dive room (http://www.scubaboard.com/forums/3491766-post80.html)

This is a joke right? That has to be a pic of a dive shop. If not, I am jealous!

clararhb
04-14-2009, 14:00
The garage is my closet. During the winter months when I put the truck in I have to pack nicely for everything to fit. Good thing I cleaned it out last fall.
BTW, I think that is Rick's "closet".

neogeo
04-14-2009, 15:15
That basement would be nice!!

clararhb
04-14-2009, 21:18
Only down fall would be packing your gear down there. With the garage I just back in and unload.

navyhmc
04-15-2009, 00:55
Only down fall would be packing your gear down there. With the garage I just back in and unload.

That's so true! My gear is in the Garage until October when it goes downstaris for the winter. I hate lugging gear up and down the stairs.

CompuDude
04-15-2009, 01:27
Only down fall would be packing your gear down there. With the garage I just back in and unload.

That's so true! My gear is in the Garage until October when it goes downstaris for the winter. I hate lugging gear up and down the stairs.

True. I dream of ground floor access garages, given that I live in a condo. Car = subterranean parking. One flight of stairs to the ground floor, and another to 2nd floor bathroom where I clean my gear. :( Not fun, especially with doubles, drysuits, camera gear, etc.

clararhb
04-15-2009, 12:56
Sucks to be you compudude! Have you thought about a large trash can for a gear rinse station?

cowgirldiver
04-15-2009, 13:03
First, congrats clarahb on your 250th post-get hold of the guys to get your GC!! I hope to use mine at ST this weekend when I'm down in Dallas.

Second, navy, come on, you take your gear down to the basement in October-how long is it really there? A couple of months???? You had to haul it back up in January!! lol

CompuDude
04-15-2009, 13:20
Sucks to be you compudude! Have you thought about a large trash can for a gear rinse station?

I think the neighbors would complain if I left a big trash can in my parking spot. Plus there's no hose to fill it from. And now where would I park? :smiley19:

Until the housing market picks up and I can sell and buy a house, I'm stuck with stairs. :(

neogeo
04-15-2009, 13:22
I will eventually have to move out to the garage when I get more gear....

Dark Wolf
04-15-2009, 15:48
First, nice place for gear neo! Second, NAVY WTF?! We dive year round! Hell, it ain't gonna hurt a vehicle to sit outside in the ice and snow!! :)

DW

WaScubaDude
04-15-2009, 15:57
Looks good, the only problem is when the wife sees all of your gear in one place :smiley36:. I just did mine here http://forum.scubatoys.com/diy/22197-new-storage-lockers.html

Great looking storage, and I love the dryer. Hey isn't that Ricky Bobby?

clararhb
04-15-2009, 19:56
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I think the neighbors would complain if I left a big trash can in my parking spot. Plus there's no hose to fill it from. And now where would I park? :smiley19:

Until the housing market picks up and I can sell and buy a house, I'm stuck with stairs. :(

Well it was worth a shot. Didn't know the situation. :smiley2:

DarinMartell
04-15-2009, 22:48
Looks good, the only problem is when the wife sees all of your gear in one place :smiley36:. I just did mine here http://forum.scubatoys.com/diy/22197-new-storage-lockers.html

Great looking storage, and I love the dryer. Hey isn't that Ricky Bobby?

Yes, not only is it Ricky Bobby pouring my beer. I had him both on my tapper and as a stand up at my infield campsite at Chicagoland Speedway a month BEFORE the movie came out (a friend works with Sprint). We where very popular, I even have Mike Heltons (NASCAR President) signature on it with the words "Hey Ricky, see you in the trailer, shake and bake!". We had no idea what "shake and Bake" meant but since Helton wrote it we figured it was from the movie so we though it was a good idea to shout it out was we where walking Ricky around the infield. It really was from the movie so it worked out ok :smiley36:

navyhmc
04-16-2009, 00:11
First, congrats clarahb on your 250th post-get hold of the guys to get your GC!! I hope to use mine at ST this weekend when I'm down in Dallas.

Second, navy, come on, you take your gear down to the basement in October-how long is it really there? A couple of months???? You had to haul it back up in January!! lol

The garage is juust a little too cold in the winter months-can and does get below freezing. So it's donw to the basement. That said, if I do have a late /early season dive, up it comes and out it goes. The number of dives between Nov. and March make it no biggie to bring it up.

And DW: Bite me! You know I still dive-wet no less-even in the colder months! :smiley36: