I’ll Show You Mine, Part 2

Here’s the view of the garage pantry. The black item peeking out at left is the adult beverage fridge.

Flanking the fridge on one side are these units:

Here’s the remaining shelf unit, looking back from the fridge towards the house.

More on each of these later, plus the super-seekrit hidden bookcase shelving units! (You can see a bit of one of them in the second pic.)

For now, here’s a view of the tasty adult beverages for DirtCrashr. Essential for enduring stock market crashes, riots, and natural disasters.

ALSO: Free refrigerators found on the street can be great prepper accessories!

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4 Responses to I’ll Show You Mine, Part 2

  1. DirtCrashr says:

    Yum! We have a 1-car garage that is separate from the living area and can be compromised, and a un-hardened unit that is a simple through-and-through shot. At least it’s upstairs… but it’s like living in a fishbowl.

  2. dagamore says:

    You have a Beer fridge, and its not full of home-brew, how can you call your self a preper and not home brew?

  3. CAshane says:

    Two fridges in the garage and I’m guessing a third in the kitchen. What’s your electric bill dude?

  4. Davidwhitewolf says:

    Actually, there’s only one fridge in the garage. The little black one you can see on the right of the photos (across from the big black fridge) is a wine refrigerator that has been dead for lo these many years. I keep telling myself I will replace the compressor or whatever, but haven’t gotten around to it. It keeps the red wine below 75 degrees (yikes!) even when the garage is pushing 90, so it serves a purpose.

    Electric bill used to average $250-$300/month until a couple years ago, and that was long before I got the extra fridge (found it on the street this June). Then I replaced every light bulb with CFLs, and the bill instantly dropped — a lot. We still get spikes during summer when running the A/C, and during winter it usually drops to $25 or less because we never run the heater. But I’m estimating $125-150/month is where it averages out now if you look at the entire year. Note, this is PG&E, so it’s both electric and gas. Our kitchen fridge is newer, so it’s one of those Energy Star things. Even though it’s much older, so far the extra fridge hasn’t really made any dent in the bill. So that’s a pleasant surprise.

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