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Thread: What a Great Idea!!!!

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    I've used them at the cabin ... leave them outside during the day and bring them in at night for night lights.
    Cheryl

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    OMG - fabulous idea!!! We were without power for 11 days due to an ice storm in "07 - was so afraid of our candles and kerosene lamps. Going to buy some solar lamps tomorrow and just store them with the rest of our emergency stuff.
    Nikki in MO

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    Now that is certainly using the ole noggin. What a great and cool idea.
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    Wow, that's a bright idea! No pun intended!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    Thanks Ditter!
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    thanks ditter living fl that's great to know

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    We've used solar lights when the power was off after a hurricane or storm and they work pretty darn good. Much better than sitting in the dark.

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    QVC sells lanterns which use solar energy. Very cute and looked reliable.

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    How clever! I'll remember that!

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    You can separate the post from the light itself on some of the solar lights and stick the top light part into a pint mason jar or jelly jar or peanut butter jar. I'm trying to find some plastic jars that I can hot glue the light part onto so my grandkids can have rechargeable night lights. Found this on pinterest. Great idea.

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