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Refrigerator root cellar chimney vent

 refrigerator root cellar chimney installation

Two drill holes and a few minutes with the jig saw was all it took to create the new chimney hole for the refrigerator root cellar.

I also removed the foam and plastic barrier that separates the freezer from the rest of the refrigerator. One of the metal shelves slid right into its place, which will provide plenty of open space for the cool air to flow while at the same time working as a sturdy surface to store apples on.

This post is part of our Fridge Root Cellar series.  Read all of the entries:



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Thank you for your blog. It really inspirest me. We are in the process of buying 40 acres. When we went to look at it I saw 15 wild turkeys and three deer crossed our paths. Been doing a lot of reading about homsteading and I am so excited to live in the country and have room to grow. I've learned a lot by reading you blog and always look forward to the next instalment.
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Thanks for commenting! We're always glad to hear that the blog is being read and enjoyed. Good luck with your journey -- it's definitely worth it!
Comment by anna Tue Nov 17 13:04:14 2009

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime