I had to drive to the landfill today because the snowblower was in the toolshed.
That actually makes sense. Allow me to explain...
I have a narrow but deep yard. The toolshed is in the back about 200' from the garage and the snowblower is kept in there most of the year. While we have had a couple of light snowfalls here this Winter, they weren't worth the effort of pushing the snowblower all the way around the yard and into the garage, so I just shoveled. But we are forecast to get between 4-8" of heavy wet snow and freezing rain tonite and tomorrow, so I wanted the snowblower available.
But the only spot in the garage large enough for the snowblower was occupied by tubs of used cat litter and big honking recycling bin (bigger than any trashcan I've even owned). The only place I could move the recycle bin to was where the golf clubs, a snow shovel, and a hand truck were stored. The only place I could move the golf clubs and handtruck to was where there were bags of dry but uncompostable trash.
So, I filled the SUV with tubs of kitty litter and bags of trash (and accumulated junk stashed out under the deck) and drove to the landfill and returned home. Where the trash bags had been, I moved the golf clubs and handtruck. Where the golf clubs and handtruck had been, I moved the big honking recycling bin. Where the tubs of used kitty litter and the recycling bin had been, I moved the snowblower.
And that's why I had to go to the landfill in order to move the snowblower into the garage. LOL!