Remember the golden days, man? Music was an authentic experience and not just meaningless, nonsensical blabber to trap beats that make the kids get “lit.” The only “lit” you remember… well, it was the time you and your boys sat outside your car, listening to Grateful Dead in Haight-Ashbury. You know… back when Haight-Ashbury was far out and not just another San Francisco tourist disaster.
But those groovy days are over, sadly. The summer of love didn’t last nearly as long as you wanted… just blame it on The Man. Like petals falling from a flower, the beauty was great while it lasted.
Alas, you had to pack up your record player and Beatles albums. Soon, you had to turn in your plaid corduroys for a business suit. You were no longer a free spirit; you had to work. You put in eight hours a day and came home to drown in hours of watching the old boob tube. It wasn’t entirely bad, because you were able to meet a swell girl whom you are now lucky enough to call your Old Lady.
And your love for good times and good vibes didn’t completely have to go. Soon, you found your guest bedroom overflowing with Jerry Garcia posters, tambourines, and the strong scent of patchouli. Lots of men call their spaces a “man cave” but yours was a “peace cove.” You put a record on, sat on the bed, and stared off into space as the Grateful Dead ushered you into a technicolor spring on the planet Mars. Then, cut to the record scratch from your wife as she barged into your cove with different plans.
Your wife insists on creating a “sewing room” and you have the difficult task of packing up all that history and hiding it away to make room for scrapbooking materials. Who would have thought your own wife would betray you in such a way? What a downer… now you have to find a place for all your memories, a place that won’t tone down your smooth vibes until further notice.
Lucky for you, there’s StorBox. Moving your cherished belonging is easy with our seven entry gates (all with passcodes and entries logged for security purposes). Plus, it’s a “green” facility, and you’re totally down with that. Call (626) 407-3439 or visit StorBox.com for pricing. And if you’re still missing the good ol’ days, there still might be room on that commune…