My tablesaw sleds and planer sled are probably my largest jigs. They have a home. My recent jig-building catch-up effort has gotten me a few jigs (or new versions thereof) but, these and some others that have never really had a "place" now haunt me. Following the adage that 'storage is where you find it', I had an ah-ha moment. Some scrap OSB and the space behind my drum sander . . . . .
I blew the dust off my brad nailer and slapped together an elevated platform to keep things a.) off the concrete, an b). provide some airflow.
The sander now only sits a couple inches farther forward than before and I can get at my jigs more easily. Happy-happy, joy-joy.
I know some of you must think I am CDO or something . . . (that's like OCD but with the letters in the right order) but I am really just trying to make a little better space to work in. I have a very easy system indicator as to when things need to be adjusted . . . I trip over the same thing for the third time .