Dale Hodgins wrote:For dry goods where it's OK for them to freeze, the area under the skirting can be used. You must have an absolutely vermin proof container. Used metal tool boxes or other well built storage vessels could be used to hold air tight, food safe containers. This is for bulk storage of things that are only accessed occasionally when restocking the larder. Snow and other weather makes it inconvenient on a regular basis. Think of it as a root cellar for dry goods. You may have seen how chairs are stored under the stage in school auditoriums. They ride a big tray that rolls out. Something similar could utilize the space beneath many mobile homes.
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