I got back from the dumpser and got back to the hobby cave. After a touch of vacuum maintenance, though.
First order of business was to get at all the little bits and such that had collected over the years. Mostly it was toothpicks, paperclip bits and some tape. Again, I'm not too sure the carpet can be saved, but I don't want anybody getting stabbed by all the sharp things that I carelessly left behind.
Plus, it's just part of being a good tenant.
To my surprise, the whole endeavor went a hell of a long way towards making the room look presentable. Or at least bordering the concept.
The gross foot-dirt stain got some love, but the results were much less impressive and further ruined by all those mysterious red paint spatters.
Speaking of gross, Hobby Trashcan 2000 is also on it's way to the dumpster. There's no way in hell I want that thing anywhere near my good stuff. Plus, I can get a larger one once I'm settle in.
The last thing to do for the actual hobby cave itself was to re-hang the door. I had pulled it down to save space and keep it from getting beat up.
All I need to do now is wrap up my terrain boards and number the boxes. Should be an update or two left in that.