The packers put a few or sometimes a few dozen sheets of paper in the bottom of every single box, then use the paper to wrap everything, and then put a few (or few dozen) more sheets in on the top. You you can imagine I have a mountain of paper (work). As you can see the paper is piled up on the frame of Queenie and it's about 4' tall. See the vacuum cleaner box in the background. It's about 3'tall and the paper is taller than it is.
I found that trying to stuff it back in the box just wasn't going to cut it. You see, no matter how much you pack it in.... and believe me I've tried every which way. I've even tried climbing in the box and stomping the paper like I'm stomping grapes. But it still takes up a lot of space and once the box is full what am I going to do with that many boxes of paper? I found that if you
I'm almost finished unpacking the boxes in the main part of the house. I haven't even touched all the boxes that were sent to the basement that I didn't have room for in the main part of the house. I'm making very slow progress. But so far I have 5 dish barrels of ironed out paper. Still don't know what I'm going to do with it. Maybe make someone a good deal on some Paper work that's moving in the DeKalb area... or take it to the recycling center... where ever that is.