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rootdiggr

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  1. My plan is a mixture of both plans. It is just my son and I, so I am careful about buying bulk packages. Every time there is a Walton order, I get a few of the small cans. Mostly dairy products like FD cheeses and such. Things that I consider luxury items, and would only open as a treat (we are MAJOR cheese lovers, and velveeta would NOT satisfy). The stuff like egg powder, etc, I just plan to seal into smaller containers when I open it. In a long-term, no-power scenario, I assume that the stuff would be used up anyway.
  2. My mother is in Denver, and she told me that they had flooded streets today. She was out in the handicapped bus, coming home from the doctors. Scared her so bad that she cancelled plans for tomorow, just in case. I guess that they don't see it often. Here, the traffic reporter just says "flooding in the usual locations". And it is not unusual to see a roadsign with measurements marked off so that you can judge the depth of the water.
  3. The first jelly I ever made was Hawaiian Punch jelly! I used a recipe that called for frozen, concentrated grape juice, and substituted the frozen HP. It was a big hit with my family. A few years ago I thought that I would try it again, but sadly HP no longer comes in frozen concentrate. Just as well. It was REALLY sweet. But awesome on a toasted and buttered English muffin.
  4. I am sorry to hear this. ((dogmom))
  5. I have heard close gunshots a few times in the 17 years in this place. And each time I was too busy hitting the deck to be getting plate #s, lol. Seriously, it is not a good idea to fling open the window and stick your head out when you hear trouble. At night, turn off the light, and then cautiously peek from the side. During the day be even more careful about looking out. Don't make yourself the next target.
  6. And here in SE VA, we had highs in the mid 80s. Last Thus we had sleet mixed with rain. For the 3rd year in a row, we are going from winter to summer with hardly a spring day in the middle. Sigh.
  7. Canned turkey broth and canned chicken broth cannot be identified without opening and tasting. And even then only by my son. Unfortunately, I have made this mistake more than once. Blush
  8. I ordered a dozen and they came in yesterday. Thanks again for the link.
  9. You are not the only one coming back after a long absence. I also returned recently. Must be something pushing us all back together, hmmm?
  10. Yes, this is a grief that many of us have dealt with. But that does not make it hurt any less when it happens. I grieve with you.
  11. If you have a utility meter at your home, that belongs to the utility company. If you have utility lines UNDERGROUND on your property, those belong to the utility company. And the utility company has the legal right to access their property. And upgrade it if they want to. I used to work for a utility locating company (the people that paint all of those lines on the roads and grass). And they have legal access to your property to mark underground utilities. In almost every case, if we needed to mark in a back yard or inside a fence, it was because the property owner had requested the marki
  12. Yep, those are the ones. I would not can with them, but they suit some other purchases. Thanks for the link!
  13. The plastic lids have their place, but they do not seal. I have 2 one peice metal lids that have the rubber, so they do stay tight. Wish I could find more of those.
  14. Big money donors and politicians send their children to private schools.
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