It's much more difficult to navigate because:
1.) It's bigger, but more importantly
2.) There's more stuff, and
3.) Less structure
Not to mention it also houses the wayward corner otherwise known as "I Don't Know What To Do With It" Land.
Embarking on the Trail: Picking Your RouteDAY 1: consisted of stepping across the threshold of the kitchen and embarking on the first foothill of... whatever. This happened to be Kali's bed.
So that took up Day 1.
I didn't want to get rid of it. I didn't like the idea of moving it downstairs to the garage where it could potentially get dirty and possibly house a nest of baby spiders or something, so what I've decided to do is keep it since it's like an ottomon, and I'm going to get some fabric to cover it, give it new life, and put it in front of the fire. That's where Kali always wanted to be anyway.
Moving toward the center of the room. This brought me to the lake of the carpet which required some generic clearing, organizing my DVD collection, etc.
Arriving at Base Camp
And then the flamingo guarding the deathly plant ~