Wow! Most of the country and Texas in a BIG WAY (where I live) was hit with a terrible winter storm that is being referred to as SNOVID 2021. 🙂 My family was without power for 50+ hours in extremely low temperatures. To say it was hard is an understatement.
In this episode, I give a recap of my family’s experience and list out the products I was grateful to have on hand. We were not prepared to be without heat! I learned a lot and want to learn so much more, so I can help YOU be prepared for anything like that in the future.
Listen to Episode 22 on your favorite podcast app or simply click on the button below. I’ll talk to you soon!
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Weber grill (this one is similar to what I have. We actually redeemed points for ours close to 10 years ago and it’s still going strong!)
Calphalon stainless steel pot (forgot to mention this one! We put this pot on the grill. I can’t find a link to the one I have)
Gas fire place Witt gas logs
RTIC ice chest (this is the exact one I have. I’m really happy with it. I ended up finding this on sale at one point)
Rusty’s crate (this is what I stacked my food in and filled with snow.)
Episode 007- A Tale of Turmoil (My raccoon episode)
Lantern flash light Costco doesn’t have the ones I have anymore, but these are the same concept
Carbon monoxide detector
Deep freezer I believe this is how large mine is. I don’t recall paying this much money, but it was a big purchase. I’ve had mine for about 8 years now
Fleece lined leggings
Snow Gloves These are the ones I bought the girls from Bass Pro
Plenty of food
Resolve Carpet Cleaner