DinnerAsian salad with chicken, cashews and wonton strips.
As you can see, the majority of snow has disappeared. Quite a difference, eh?
Actually, the snow you see is gone.
Beautiful day? Nah!
I bought this fuel container, it holds 30 gal. I got tired of taking a bunch of 5 gal. containers to get gas. It cost $98 to fill. It should last for quite a while.
I got very lazy this Winter and just putting stuff in my shop any place and it got crammed so much I couldn't walk in there. It was time to clean it up.
A very long time ago, I posted about how I like to sleep on a hard surface. I've had people ask where is my bed in this small cabin, I decided to show you how I sleep. Mind you, this is not for everyone. This is a very comfortable chair and my bed. I know some are going HUH? and others are scratching their heads. Stand by for the rest of the story.
You add 3 plastic milk crates
Then, a blanket
and the main blanket and you have a comfortable bed, for me at least, LOL.
There you go, my bed.
In Alaska, when you are living simply, offgrid or remote, one has to use their imagination when living in a small cabin. I have been doing it for so many years, it just comes to me naturally. I will close for now.