Same here, except they are for hurricane emergencies. The supply chain here
is fine, people stupidly panic buy causing spot shortages, mostly bread,
ground beef and toilet paper (???). Plenty of flour so I made my own.
On Sun, Mar 22, 2020 at 10:17 PM Chris Trask <christrask@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Same here. I'm in the midst of a large LDS (Mormon) community, and
> from them I learned to keep a stock of essential items on hand so as to
> carry over any serious event. Unemployment was one of those events. Well,
> more than once. And there were the recessions. Finally there was early
> retirement. Lots of "learning experiences".
> >We’ve had our share of grocery store stripping here, but most households
> >tend to stay stocked up because we know a supply chain disruption is
> >Like most people, we shop to keep our fruits and veggies fresh and the
> >larder topped up.
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