Granted most of my recent tasks are "around the house carpentry", and/or
-Permanent marker (or grease pencil, whichever is closer)
-((Power drill, plus bits))
-One chisel (about 3/4")
-File (for wood shaping)
Whoops! Okay, that's eleven. I hadn't actually tallied. (Good thing I
put a question mark after "8"!) :)
Depending on how you view "tools"
-Cork sanding block
-Glue bottle (PVA)
-Tool oil squirter (a repurposed laundry stain remover bottle)
-Danish oil/tung oil
A year ago I'd have included my scrub plane and a jack plane -- but I
haven't used those for a while. And my router plane. And a big-ass
crosscut saw that I re-filed into rip, that I use for converting firewood
into rough boards (but haven't done that in about half a year).
Again, I'm currently in a "rustic look, fit-for-purpose" mode. Nothing
finely finished recently.
I have a three week vacation coming up in March: I'll either
1) do some "nicer" woodworking then -- or
2) pull nearly everything out of the shed/workshop (the size of a 3-car
garage; 1/3 is my workshop, 2/3 is the family "attic/basement"), pile it on
the lawn, and re-sort and put away properly. And also build a mini-carport
for my lumber: I'm violating the Schwarz rule of "Don't store lumber in
your workshop": years ago I built some "suitcases, etc." shelves -- but
somehow they all have salvaged/"found" lumber -- so the "family storage" is
piled on the floor, in front. Whoops.