Last weekend I moved CETMA into its new Venice home, which is about a million times better than the old place.
CETMA's new headquarters resides in a warehouse 1000 feet from the beach and two blocks from this beautiful monster. The ceilings are high enough for a second level. Part of the roof is open, so the place receives natural light all day long. Birds fly through sometimes, and I swear you can smell the ocean water in the morning. The footprint is enormous compared to the tiny shop I've been squished into for the past two-and-a-half years. It feels weird to spread out.
A woodworker is moving in next door.
I've been unpacking and arranging this week. Today I'll anchor the tube-bender to the floor. I'll begin cutting tubes and welding a new batch of cargo bike frames this afternoon. This evening I'll have a beer. Full speed ahead. More to come...