A Strategy To Be On The Last Train To The Gulag Still Ends Up At The Gulag
My gas tank is smaller than yours. I try not to let the gas level go below 1/2 tank before topping it off again. Like you, I live in a rural area and I am afraid that if SHTF of any sort, that I will be caught short. I know that I won't be driving much of anywhere as I will be "bugging in" and not "bugging out" (due to mobility problems) but I do have family just a few minutes away and I might be able to go to them or bring them to me.Last week, I went to the retinal specialist in South Bend (my specialist folded her practice over a weekend with no explanation) and the car used just over 1/2 tank. It cost me $51.00 to fill it up again at $4.25/gallon. The new specialist says he wants to see me literally once a week. Guess what I have to look forward to doing?Blue Tile Spook
Off topic but I wasn't sure how else to contact you.Did you see this?https://www.whio.com/news/local/massive-fire-engulfs-walmart-distribution-center-near-indianapolis/7XIQLI6TIREHVMDNIUV46GAXNU/Something similar happened in Taiwan too.What's going on? Fertilizer plants, food warehouses. It's almost enough to make me break out the tin foil.Semper Fi, Catfish
I saw that, weird stuff is going on man. Also I added a widget to contact me below the blog list so you can hit me up that way.
I went to town today. First time in 10 days. Make it count.
I recall the last time gas was that high, and the fill up was usually over $50. Of course the stations were refusing to accept $50 bills. Worried about counterfeits, guess you need to print up $20s.
My tank is 132 liters so about 32 gallon. A fill from a quarter tank was $198 the other day.Exile1981
Seems to be dropping a bit here...