Friday Challenges – December 2022

Posted on December 23, 2022
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Week #1 (December 23) – Pretend the electricity goes out. What did you discover? What changes do have to make? (Even small things like having phone numbers and addresses written down.)

Week #2 (December 30) – Water- what if you no longer have access to a steady supply of fresh water? What then?  Flip side of water problem is sewage water. If your house is lower than other peoples’ houses you are going to get a basement full of sewer. What are you going to do about it?


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