Ladies and gentlemen, we have the internet! SO, the long awaited post on the BATCAVE:
Entering the Batcave:
Never before have I had to duck to get ANYWHERE. I can no longer say that.
One of the most interesting features of the Batcave were the exposed pipes. Particularly in the bathroom:
More than once did we burn our hands on the hot water pipe that was strategically placed in the best place to grab when climbing out of the 3-foot tub.
I forgot to get a picture of the light bulbs, but they all looked like this:
Kinda spooky, kinda cool!
My favorite feature was the pantry:
And the inside:
Very clever use of a spooky closed-off staircase, if you ask me!
Another funny part was the stove -small, just like The Studio, only this one was gas, and broken to the point where you needed matches to make it work.
Nate’s favorite feature were the outlets:
Turns out ‘No Equipment Ground’ means ‘No Plugs with the Bottom Circle Plug Work’.
We also really enjoyed sharing the twin bed. Actually, I enjoyed it. Nate didn’t.
All-in-all the Batcave was pretty awesome.
Except for the smell. There was a super weird smell. My dad thought it smelled like sewage backup. Gross. After a few days of snearching (sniff-searching) we found this little drain thing in the kitchen, and when we covered it up the smell went away. And that was a relief.
The house we are living in right now is a LITTLE different. More on that later….