1.4 million Americans suffer from chronic hoarding & clutter.2. Lock it up in more than 2,100 locations around the U. Schedule a pickup with your local Salvation Army.7.
1800Got Pay someone else to take out the (big, cumbersome) trash.5.
Of course, this problem did not go unnoticed by the old-time experts. Miller in particular, was concerned with how to sleep warm using something other than the blanket, devoting an entire chapter of his book to the problem (Ch. Miller was more concerned with the great bulk of trying to pack multiple woolen blankets than weight.
He devised a pack bag lined with quilted wool batting that could be laced up into a sleeping bag.
Much below that and even more blankets were needed.
You could bring cameras way up into the set, get many different and interesting angles, and even get shots all the way down the hall.
Today, outdoor folk depend on lightweight, efficient mummy shaped sleeping bags for a warm sleep. Using high fill-power down, ultralight shell fabrics and advanced construction techniques, these light and lofty calorie trappers weigh less than four pounds and compress smaller than your pillow, yet are comfortable to well below 0°. How did campers sleep comfortably in frigid conditions during the woodcraft age?
From the first traders to explore the North American continent until after World War II, outdoor folk used wool blankets, the most desirable being the blankets were required for camping at around freezing.
earth911Find local recycling and reuse programs for all kinds of household items.8.
127Set up shop at the World's Longest Yard Sale, August 2-5, along 450 miles of Highway 127 in the southeastern U. Or peddle your wares in your own front yard on National Garage Sale Day, August 10.10.