About two-thirds thru putting up the shutters, and I've got to take a break. It's a warm, all-too-sunny day, and our house has all too many windows. Your standard Florida hurricane shutters are corrugated aluminum, cut to fit over windows. You heft them out of whatever hidey-hole they've been stored in and lay them over preset bolts, then fasten with wingnuts. A wingnut driver on the power drill is a necessity. My right hand is still vibrating.
Another reason (aside from the hurricanes) that I love Florida.