From the outside!
The window side faces West and allows a lot of sunshine and heat to enter even in winter (solar gain they call it). The heater has a frost prevention setting so it never gets really cold including when there is snow on the ground. The ventilation is good and I have never seen condensation on the inside. Note the cable for the digital TV ariel.
And through the door:
Note the bucket containers on the left hand side. They are wheeled and stackable and each when full of lead are just about liftable without too much effort. I have 6 altogether and they are normally stored far up on the left hand side beside table number two which is largely used for temporary storage.
One end of one of the 6 x 4 foot tables.
I am in the midst of transferring my collections from opaque cardboard and wooden boxes to transparent plastic boxes (Really Useful Boxes). It will make finding things much easier and hopefully more efficient storage wise.
When I want to use the second table for a game all these boxes go on the floor in between the two tables and I have a 2 foot filler piece with matching paint job that connects the two making a 10 x 6 foot table. I have a second filler piece which connects the far end of table two with the back wall giving me a 12 x 6 foot table.
And the other end:
Bonus point to anyone who can name the game whose map is on the right hand side at floor level. Members of SESWC are not allowed to enter.
The Painting Corner:
My painting table with computer, TV, lamp and some of my paints.
One of the four under table storage areas:
I have way too many unbuilt plastic kits (who hasn't) that I must one day do something about.
And some of my personal touches:
The silvery bit on the right is one of the three ventilators.
There you are, some of my hut in all its glory. Hopefully next time you see it there will be a game in situ.