Friday, January 29, 2010
My wife recently repainted our basement prompting a re-ordering of this designated "mancave". The above picture is the first taken of the re-modeled mantuary in my home- more to come.
There are several definitions for mancave-
-An area of a house, such as a basement, workshop, or garage, where a man can be alone with his power tools and projects.
-(also sometimes mantuary) is a male sanctuary, such as a specially equipped garage, spare bedroom, media room, den, or basement.
- An area designated and completely designed by a man species for the sole purpose of creating his own Man Cave personal domain within the confines of the family property that is set aside to allow a man to build create and otherwise control the look and feel of his abode.
I confess to having two mancaves- half of the basement in our house and my office at church. Here's a few pictures of the pastor's study at RPC-
Total Inventory for both mancaves (and the mini mancaves starting in my sons' rooms):
3 deer shoulder mounts
3 deer skull mounts
6 deer antler mounts
2 turkey shoulder mounts
1 turkey tail feather mount
5 turkey beard mounts
1 coyote shoulder mount
1 bobcat skull
1 full body bobcat mount
1 picture of John Calvin
1 picture of Sangre De Cristo mountain range
1 deer-antler ink pen
1 ornate buck deer touch-on lamp
1 broadhead target
1 celtic cross
1 deer wildlife scene clock
6 deer/turkey/wildlife scene pictures
1 replica of Indian bow and arrow
1 soccer ball trophy case
5 bobble heads
1 hand-made deer quilt (made by a sweet old lady I know)
1 gas-powered remote control car
1 deer butt mount (yes, a deer's butt, mounted on my office wall)
oh yes...and three pictures of my wife with our various MANCHILDREN when they were babies