That’s right: Bag your safety gear! No, I don’t mean discard it. A practice I’ve established for myself is using a gear bag for dedicated storage of all my personal safety gear. And nothing else. Keeping everything in a single, protected place means I know where things are when I need them, and nothing gets lost, crushed, scratched, or outright destroyed. Face it: Personal safety equipment is vitally important. It deserves its own, dedicated, protective carrier: READ MORE
I encourage you to click through & finish reading his short article, view his current setup, read about what’s included and check out the comment I left in regards to it – it is definitely worth your time & leaves me shaking my head – now why didn’t I think of that?
* John D. Poole – is quite an avid writer, historian, rower, friend, family man, and the list goes on… Where he manages to find all the time to keep up with everything simply amazes me. Seeing this is a nice quite Sunday, you may wish to check out the ongoing renovation work he is performing on the Hawkins’s house circa 1670, or possibly read up on the history of the Poole Family in his South Georgia Turpentine blog.
If that isn’t enough, or if sustainability and gardening is more your cup of tea, well he also has another blog called the Plantation by the Sea where he is covering his “ongoing efforts to develop a large, sustainable, and highly productive door yard garden, based on proper soil management and efficient planting techniques”. I would also be remiss, if I did not mention two of his guest blog postings on Sustainability; Staying On-Grid, Part I: A Hybrid Approach to Sustainability & Staying On-Grid, Part II: A Call to Arms to the Citizen-Farmer
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Seeing there is no single topic or regulation that applies to storing PPE, I thought the above link would be a good Tool Box talking point for this week. In the last week & a half, I have seen two fires by the side of the road (Probable Cigarette Butt) due to all the dry vegetation. This is also the time of the year that the Santa Ana winds start wreaking havoc in California