It was greatly enjoyed in Utah.
And when it moved across the country, it was greatly enjoyed in Pennsylvania.
Then one day this happy couple who had now been married for 6 year, and owned their LuvSac for 6 glorious years, put their house up for sale.
|(Its still available for YOU!)|
(Sadly no picture of this)
For several months the LuvSac occupied the back, the middle, and even almost to the front of the van. The husband would often take the van to work in the fall, and would still enjoy his LuvSac by taking naps on his breaks.
Then the time came where the couple, after many hard months of looking for jobs and trying to sell their house, found a local(ish) job. They realized that they would be staying for awhile and would need the use of the van. Also, that even though their house is still for sale, they wanted their beloved LuvSac back in their home. But where to put it so it wouldn't be in the way?
Enter Man Cave 2.0. (You can see the first Man Cave here.)
Again, the husband had a brilliant idea to put the LuvSac in the basement and make Man Cave 2.0. The wife thought this was a nice plan, with one exception, how would they get it there?
This story, is about the LuvSac's journey, to its new home...
The projected new home.
This is the setting in which the "brilliant" husband decided to move the LuvSac in. 1 plus feet of snow.
And this, is the LuvSac, ready to leave its squishy home and relocate to something more comfy.
|(Blanket for nap times!)|
And so it started with great heaving and hoeing, and a new nickname bestowed upon the the wife, "Shera."
Step one, get it out of the car was complete.
Step two, get it to the back of the house was next.
The husband worked hard and diligently to achieve his goal, as his wife lovingly captured it all on film.
Step 3, get the LuvSac through the gate.
Not too bad.
Step 4, get the LuvSac through an even smaller space, into the basement.
|(This door is much smaller than normal sized doors.)|
And thus the great effort was made to get the LuvSac to its new home.The husband pulled, and the wife pushed.
And they hoed...They began to sweat, and take off jackets, even in the snow. They switched pulling and pushing places.
The wife was almost swallowed alive and lost in the last great push.
|(Seriously pinned, with child behind, playing with my hair.)|
And so it was that the LuvSac made it to its new home. I introduce to you, MAN CAVE 2.0!!!
And the LuvSac, the husband, and the wife lived happily ever after. (That is until they have to move it again when the house sells!)