David Artman wrote:
Q1) How do you store your pyramids? Be specific (e.g. stacks of nests in tubes in a Purple Bag; nests upright in a custom wooden box with foam padding; etc).
Several different answers here. My traveling sets are in tubes in a large briefcase. The briefcase is packed with a couple dozen games and other game accessories. The tubes sometimes get pulled out and packed into smaller containers if I don't want to take the 25 pound briefcase. My home sets are mostly separated into mono-color stashes, stored in one of those sets of little plastic drawers that are usually used for storing sorted hardware. The drawers hold solid resin, xyloid, hollow plastic, filled plastic, minimice, and homemade wood pieces. I also have five stone stashes in their original protective boxes, a few sealed tubes of mono- and penta- color stacks for the archive, and a couple of boxed sets including some sealed ones.
Q2) How did you purchase your collection of pyramids? Be specific (e.g. all mono stashes, over years; some mono, some Treehouse; all Treehouse, except for gray and pink; etc).
I purchased my collection over 19 years, buying whatever was being sold at the time. Yes, I have a problem.
Q3) Do you think your storage solution is impacted by the product package? If so, how so?
No. I let the Looneys worry about their business, and I worry about myself. I only recently switched to tubes for my traveling sets. I used homemade stash boxes ( http://www.ee0r.com/proj/ministash.html ) for many years but I got tired of having to make a new one every time Looney Labs released a new color. -- Elliott C. "Eeyore" Evans eeyore@xxxxxxxx