Tigridia pavonia winter storage

J.E. Shields jshields@indy.net
Sun, 21 Nov 2004 17:00:23 PST
Jim McK.,

It's obvious:  You park your car and your wife's both on the driveway in 
front of the garage and add the extra fridges inside the garage!  Or do 
what we did after that option was overloaded.  We moved.  The extra garage 
is the next logical step, insulated and with a nice gas furnace to keep it 
above freezing in winter.  Unfortunately, it is now full of plants and 
pots, so the new Gator 4X4 is in the garage space where my car used to sit, 
and my car is out in the driveway.  Fortunately, we still have 4 more acres 
to build on.

Jim S.

At 05:29 PM 11/21/2004 -0500, you wrote:
>Jim and Ellen,
>Of course you mean not a second but a third refrigerator. The second one is
>already in place and is dedicated to the products of a particular  brewery
>- there might be a disreputable looking cabbage or two in there, too.
>The vegetable crisper is stuffed with packets of seeds (so is the small
>freezer section).
>There is also a stand alone freezer.
>No, I don't think there is room for a fourth big appliance.
>Jim McKenney

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