- Clay Ground covered in pine needles
- Pacific Northwest Climate
- No River
- No Electricity
- Can provide purified water, and whatever building materials needed.
- Construct a cooler which can permanently serve as an fridge out there.
- Must be able to keep eggs from spoiling for at least two weeks, and Milk for at least one week.
- Can't use electricity.
During the spring, winter, and fall; cooling is generally not an issue, living in Canada after-all. The summer here though has proven a bit of a challenge. What I have tried so far, is to keep my milk cold by filling a bucket up with water, and placing my milk in that. It does not work excellently, but I gather it is at least doing something.
I have read that if you dig a hole in the ground, this may be a better way to keep things cool. I am willing to go to just about any extent short of buying a fridge and a generator. The most naturally cold substances I gather would serve as the best means to surround my container.
A solution is needed!