I have been asked where I store my telescopes when they are not in use. They wonder if I have a special building or even one that has a dome or a removable roof. I tell them that I have so many trees on my place that I have to set the scope up in different places to see different parts of the sky. So during each night of viewing, I set it up where I can see the part of the night sky I want to see that night. Remember, the Earth is turning, so as time passes, different sky objects (mostly IFO's - Identified Flying Objects) come into view but some of the stuff I have to look up later. Usually I have a plan for what I want to see, but sometimes, I just slowly scan the sky to see unexpected things.
OK, back to the storage of my scopes when not in use. Since our TVs are in the family room and the bed room, we seldom use the living room except for company. So, the living room has become the unofficial storage room for my telescopes. This is really not to my wife's liking and when we do get company, I have had them ask why I have a hot water tank in the living room. I really do need to hang some plastic piping on the big scope (grin).
In the picture below, I have put a yellow "X" on the three different scopes. The one on the left is a small reflector, the next one to the right is a refractor, and of course the one to the far right is the big Dobsonian reflector.
Ok, now you know where I store my telescopes. Don't forget, just because you may not have a telescope, you can still see a lot with binoculars or the naked eye. The trick is to stay outside in the dark long enough for your eyes to dilate. But you have to go look!! Now you all have a great Mother's Day, you hear?