This bamboo Tiki Bar was one of my favorite typing spots. Sturdy, easy access to drinks, wired for electric so I could have a radio and a tv monitor showing what was happening in front of the house.
Dr. Joe kept watch to keep cats off the typing surface.
He wasn't real good at his job.
This glass table sees much use for typing. This table still serves us at the Townhouse. Downside - it affects the visibility of things in close proximity to it.
This astroturf-covered metal table was slightly shaky, but got used as a typing table out under a tree a lot. I still have this table lighter.
And of course, the ever reliable, very portable barstool served many a typing session.
But mostly it was this leather-covered bar table next to the bar.
Inside the Ranch, this bar served as a common standing typewriter table.
Bonus: for naps, the handy 8-foot long vintage gold sofa. Super-comfy!
Often, this console stereo cabinet served as typewriter station. Bonus: immediate access to the music and best speaker positioning.
The Orange Bar often had it's own guardian, which was equally as good as Dr. Joe was at repelling the pocket tigers.
Current typing station, given that it's hot as bloody blazes outside. Again, cats compete with typewriters for desk space.
Bonus Image: The Ranch was full of cat zen.
Regional Curiousity: Houses in the old part of town are almost always set up with bowl-shaped yards to hold water, and a giant spigot that you open on schedule every two weeks that floods your entire property with 3-4 inches of water over the course of 45 minutes. Wellingtons, an irrigation key and a flashlight are important. How do you water your lawn where you live?