Nancy: Aunt Fritzi---I bought a case of grape soda.
Aunt Fritzi: You can't put your soda in the refrigerator---It's full.
Box reads: GRAPE-SODA
What a big brain.
The bottles are stuck in knee-high.
You could just put one bottle at a time into the refrigerator. At least, that way they won’t be stolen by the neighborhood kids.
It has horror movie potential.
I hope you checked the weather forecast, Nancy!
Nancy always finds a way…not saying it’s a good thing but….
… doesn’t everybody do this? At least with snow, the snowman is a bit of overkill.
How festive. And happy birthday Ernie wherever you are.
Ha. Our first winter in the house the power was out for a week. Dug a snow banking out and turned it into the fridge so we could have milk and all the important stuff.
Worked out surprisingly well.
Then we got a hard wired stand by generator.
One day she’s grubbing for pennies, the next she’s casually buying a case of soda. The enigma that is Nancy.
Can’t do that in the LA area.
Lucky it was winter, but if left too long they will likely burst.
My cousins do that with their beer and vodka and other spirits in Saskatchewan. They use the drift that piles up near their house and first pound in 6 inch PVC tubes about 8 inches in length to keep the bottles from touching the ice. Works all snow season.