As i"ve mentioned before, I have to shut down my woodworking shop (the driveway,) once temperatures drop below 5ºC, and wait for the return of spring. The way my shed is packed with tools now, I can't even go in to use the drill press once there's snow on the ground, because I can't shift all the stuff in front of my work bench outside.
Winters kill me when I don't have to go to work every day, so I think I'll try making wooden ship models during the winter. It's some thing I can do in a relatively small space in one of the guest bedrooms when we don't have any guests, and will keep me occupied with an interesting project when it's -20 and the winds are howling outside. I spent a lot of time building wooden flying models when I was young, so I have some skills, and some tools, to apply to the projects. I just found a site with more than a hundred ship models, at various skill levels and prices. I'm not ready to take on a $400 model of the Bounty, but I might try some entry level projects below $50 to start. It'll beat spending all my time on the internet, or watching daytime TV, anyway. I'll still have the honey-do lists to contend with, but the Memsahib seems to be running out of ideas.