Country: This letter is in response to a question asked by this person about different types of candles burning instead of electricity lighting at night.
Why not go to solar energy?
There is little chance of burning your house.
Because of the Lakov Fund, the power of a senior official in our region was cut off.
He lived alone and was very nervous at night because of two people. -
Carnivores on legs have become too frequent in our area.
I gave him some of the old solar walking lights we bought in Wal. -
It's a supermarket with stakes fixed on the ground at night to illuminate the sidewalk.
A set of four plastic cones costs $20.
I told him to point it at a sunny window or put it outside during the day and bring it in at night to illuminate the interior of his house.
It worked well for him.
He just put it in a basin full of mud and put it upright outside during the day and bring it in at night.
It also made him "calm" because he knew that thieves would be less likely to attack if there were visible light.
If readers in Tennessee or Virginia have a small plot of land for sale, I would like to hear their opinions.
We need to move to a warm climate, much less throughout the winter. --