9 October 2011 - ...in a one-vanload that day... o'er the fields we go...

posted 9th Oct 2011, 10:24 PM

9 October 2011 - ...in a one-vanload that day... o'er the fields we go...
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9th Oct 2011, 10:24 PM

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This image is from moving day, back on the 30th. I'll take a picture of the LEGO area once there is a LEGO area in the house. Right now there's a pair of stacks and a whole crapload of other stuff to be moved. Alas.

Maybe next weekend? If not, I should at least be able to find Ignatius again. I have found the kids' Duplo, though, and we had fun with that this morning. Some of it showed up in previous strips.

A note - it's a Grand Caravan with the rear seats out, but the middle seats still in. I would guess that there's about five feet of depth to the cargo area then, and it's about the same for the width, given that a double mattress (regular and a futon) filled the space. I kept the packing as dense as I could - even for the big plastic drawers.

If you think this is a lot, I recall a family member needing over three Pathfinder loads to move everything, but that may have included the furniture, too.

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15th Oct 2011, 9:31 PM

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Apologies for the delay, everyone! The last month's been rough with a move and work. I'll put something together tonight with a vote incentive for the next play!

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10th Oct 2011, 1:05 AM

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Was that your entire LEGO collection or just a small part of it? I thought from the earlier moving comics that you had a lot more LEGO than that! :D

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10th Oct 2011, 11:50 PM

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It's packed pretty evenly across, and awfully densely. The plastic drawers to the left are at least a foot (~30 cm) long, so that's the rough depth.

Maybe by next weekend I'll be setting things up for the workspace. Unpacking with kids added on top is incredibly slow and tiring.

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