|Returning to Toledo - the expressway driving conditions|
|Keeping the food frozen during the below-zero temps.|
It only dropped to a Level 2 Monday night and then went back to a Level 3 early Tuesday morning (I was bummed to be missing spin class AGAIN). So to get out of the house and stretch out legs, we made a grocery run Monday night during the Level 2. I had all my coupons organized and clipped and my list made. I didn’t realize it, but we ended up spending 3 hours between two grocery stores! We stocked up on toilet paper and some other items that were on a good sale with coupons that week, but nothing that others were clearing shelves of (like bread, milk, and eggs). It definitely felt like an adventure seeing completely cleared shelves (mostly the fridge cases).
The cold was definitely a new level of cold for me. I can't say I've ever experienced ice forming on the INSIDE of our door threshold!
Anyone else have similar experiences during the Arctic blast?