barn. Monday , September 04th , 2017 - 14:13:51 PM
In those days some build shelters underground. Underground shelters were provided by communities and they were stocked with food and water for a long stay. The threat of nuclear attack was strong in 1857 and I was creating ceramic nose cones for our nuclear war heads. Some clown passed a flyer around our company which showed a man under a desk and listed what to do in case of a nuclear attack. 1. Sit under a desk. 2. Bow over with your head between your legs. 3. Kiss your butt, Goodbye!
You may need to insulate your shed if you live somewhere the winters ar cold and harsh. If you have a lot of rainy weather you will defintely need to weather proof your shed.
Sampson came into the shelter muzzled, and led by his owners carefully through the shelter and into his assigned kennel. Evidently he was super aggressive and was attacking people, they couldn't handle him anymore. After his owners said a tearful goodbye I realized he needed a pallet to lay on. Judging by the thick sores on his elbows he was used to sleeping on the cement, so I wanted him to be comfortable and got a blanket to go with it.
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