I took it easy for the first trip. I was still figuring out the best route, and mostly just needed to do laundry.
Second trip... tools and other household items mostly.
Load 3: If I drop the tailgate, I can fit 3 tubs deep and 2 wide. As you can see I'm becoming more ambitious with each trip.
#4: I think this was the heaviest load. It included all of my kitchen stuff, my keyboard, bed, bike, guitar and all the food that was left in my house... plus some other stuff.
#5: The new house has a big back yard and I finally found a push mower for it. This load notably includes the first piece of furniture - the formidably robust coffee table.
#6: The only thing after this is the furniture, so this is basically a mish-mosh of everything left. It includes 2 bikes, a frame and a unicycle amongst other wheeled and unwheeled objects.
#7: Last but not least - couch and arm chair... yep it's that easy.
Oh, that's just me pulling our 8 ft. dining room table and 8 chairs by bike
A new bookshelf and couch for the house.
Frame and cabinet for the workbench in the garage. This is my new heaviest load... I actually bent the rear axel of my bike on this haul.
It took me 2 years, but finally got around to putting this bumper sticker on.