It’s not really a kite shop but sort of looks like one. I call mine the kite dungeon. There is a troll living under the staircase. In some of my early visits to kite stores, with broken kites in hand, I noticed they had large tables or counters to lay kites out on as they repaired them. Later I saw a video of a famous kite builder framing a kite suspended from the ceiling on a cord with a clip on the end. So I made a four by eight table out of two sheets of plywood screwed together sitting on a couple scrounged bath room vanity cabinets. As I worked on stacks I started putting up clamps on mason’s twine attached to the ceiling joists. I believe I have fourteen on sixteen inch centers in a pretty straight line now. Then I started moving in shelving with boxes for the various parts & nails along the tops of the walls to hang the growing hoard of kites in their sleeves. Once in a while other hobbies invade the space but the kites eventually chase them out. Sometimes I wonder if I have as much fun maintaining the kites as I do flying them. After the recent beach trip I assembled each kite I flew, cleaned it gently & carefully packed it for it’s next adventure. Yesterday I finished increasing the Micron stack to eight & tonight I will complete the new Rev 1.5 three stack. Now that’s a power kite.