A few months ago, I decided it was time for a mini garage renovation. By mini, I mean, the portion of the garage devoted to my Tri Cave. With most of my home DYI projects, I try to follow a cheap budget then fail miserably. However, this time, I required just a few things that the local Big Lots could provide at a discount. A couple of plastic drawer-towers on wheels, a can of spray paint, and of course, duck tape.
The problem with the Tri-Cave v1.0 is that I couldn’t find things consistently. If I didn’t see it after looking shortly, I’d buy a new one. Hence, I have too many used swim goggles, bar wrap tape remnants, and blistex tubes. I’m set if I need to go cycling in a blizzard. Not too many snow storms here.
Ergo…There was a need for Tri-Cave v2.0. I wanted to purge some used stuff and organize my triathlon gear. I guilted son #1 to help in this project. I give him the credit for spray painting the workbench. We pre-taped the letters T-R-I. Yeah, my wife laughed at us, but I think it’s cool. Only a triathlete would like this however. After I win the lottery, I’ll build my workshop in the backyard. That will be the ultimate Tri-Cave with bike trainer/treadmill/weights/flat screens/ and yes…you’re right…my own Endless Pool. Not in this lifetime, unfortunately. Maybe I can takeover one of the kid’s bedrooms??
Yeah, I know..To those truly organized…it may be too busy. But it is really more functional on a daily basis.