This has got to be a troll, but what the heck...
re: "You will need a dock to place groceries before opening front
door...steps to the door...all under roof/cover....Sitting groceries
down on a dirty, garage floor does not compute."
At my house, I have a rather unique setup: It's called a "garage with
a door into the kitchen".
I also have a unique way of getting the groceries into the house
without "sitting them down on a dirty garage floor." I carry them
directly from the vehicle into the kitchen. Novel...I know...but I'm a
Even when I don't want to (or, typically, don't have room to) pull
into the garage, I am able to back up to the garage door - which is
under an overhang - and unload completely under cover, once again
using my radical "carry 'em from the vehicle into the kitchen"
re: Truth will set you free: John 8:32
Truth is, you have issues: DerbyDad03 9:18 PM
Um, homes are ALREADY being designed with that purpose in mind. Most
new homes are designed with 2-car garages adjacent to the kitchen.
Essentially, a glorified loading dock.
You back the car into the garage, close the door, and unload directly
into the kitchen.
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