When you have a man cave instead of a workshop.

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The last vintage beer crate we found had one issue…

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Wooden bottle separators that would have to be removed in order to house my vinyl. This was not simply a matter of pulling and popping them out. They were old, warped, and not in any hurry to go.

Ergo… it required tools.

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And since my husband turned his barn and workshop into a man cave …. this meant doing surgery in the living room.

Lord Dudley Mountcatten did not approve.

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After the first twenty minutes the husband was grumbling.

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After the second twenty minutes he was sputtering.

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But when the clock struck a solid hour of remodeling?

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One empty crate ready for part of my record collection.

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Although judging from the price of an old can of that beer … I think I’d rather have it filled with those.

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18 thoughts on “When you have a man cave instead of a workshop.”

    1. The barn started out as a small replacement storage shed. It turned into a two story behemoth with a farmer’s porch , heat pump, 2 tap kegerator, big screen tv, beer fridge, pool table, leather recliner, full bar man cave. Hence the Barn Mahal.
      😉

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  1. I love Dudley’s expression. MiMi always ran to the noise, while her sister and the dogs ran away from it. Any time I was working in the house (on a project that needed to be done inside) she would be right up next to me. Looks like he did a good job, So you have a nice box for vinyl.

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