You can use sshfs, to mount a remote file system on your local computer over ssh, then you can work with it as it were your local file system (provided you have enough bandwidth :) ).
But you may run into permissions problems, to solve that, use the option
Mounting remote file system over ssh, and mapping users
From the man page:
-o idmap=TYPE user/group ID mapping, possible types are: none: no translation of the ID space (default) user: only translate UID of connecting user
So, if you want to map the user UID between the two PCs, let’s run something like this:
sshfs -o idmap=user 10.1.1.10:/remotedir ~/localdir
That simple option will save you time guessing why you have permission problems while mounting the remote filesystem over ssh.