Jeremy said, “The cellar is mostly done. Let us now bring in crates and boxes of root vegetables. And let us bring in more shelving and also store all of our canned items. And we shall also provide a shelf for the family’s food.” And Aimee said, “It’s about time!” And it was so.
(onion crate under construction)
And Jeremy and Aimee said unto the fruits and vegetables, “Be happy fruits and veggies! Don’t even think about withering or rotting or spoiling or multiplying (potatoes!) - or it’s out to the compost bin for you!”
(southeast corner with family's apples, potatoes, and other goodies)
(northeast corner with our canned goods and apples)
(lots of canned food!)
(bins and boxes with carrots, turnips, potatoes, onions, flour, etc)
(some of our cool old wooden crates)
One or two evenings and mornings passed, and it was the seventh step done. Aimee and Jeremy looked around the cellar with pride and satisfaction and saw that it was good.
The lights were turned off and the door was closed, leaving the cellar pitch black - except the bit of light that filtered down through the damper.
And then, instead of resting, Jeremy said, “Now, let us build a chicken coop!”