It doesn’t happen on the day in January when it’s 75° and sunny. It happens on the day that temps are in a nosedive and the wind is shifting to the north and cranking up to Gusty and there’s 15 minutes of daylight left and the Home Depot is 30 minutes there and back.
As a lifelong trained survivalist, I could make it overnight with no water. It would mean no shower and no church today, but it would be a piece of cake. But who wants to do that? Thankfully, Harvier was around for the muscle work.
How do they manage plumbing in Alaska, I wonder?