2nd Man is constantly amazed at how I can fit so much stuff into our vehicles. Case in point Saturday. In light of our pending move, I transported a bunch of the plants (the largest ones) from in town out to the farm.
Here is the back end of the Jeep when I got it loaded.
All of this came out of the vehicle. Ten large plants in pots, four fruit trees and about two dozen more of the river rocks we've been taking out there.
This is what it looked like after I got it all emptied out. You have to learn how to maximize space for that very reason. I always tell 2nd Man that it's just like the game Tetris...you have to put the items in just right, turning them until they fit!
However, we definitely foresee a farm truck in our future. Something used of course, something that we can throw 14 plants and two dozen rocks into the back end of and not have to worry about cleaning it out afterwords, ha. It won't be the first thing we get but it IS moving further up the list. I only work about 3 miles from the house in town and 2nd Man is about 10 miles. We have the small car for good gas mileage and the SUV for moving/hauling stuff (and people) around. However, we do need a truck at the farm, a truck that stays there until we need to go pick up stuff...large stuff, dirty stuff, messy stuff, tall stuff, heavy stuff.
Anyone have a truck just they use just for that?