1. The “grate”
Homeowners would cut a hole between the first and second floor and insert a grate that would allow the hot air from below to rise into the second floor.
2. The “nightcap”
If you’ve ever slept in a cold tent during winter, then you know the need for a “nightcap.” This was a head covering that could be a knitted cap or, in Artic climates, a fur cap.
I've always been curious as to how our forefathers kept warm without having the heater on, and now I know that they used other methods to keep warm, like with their “nightcap” and “grate.” Both of these methods may seem funny today, but given their circumstances, they had to be creative.
To read about more methods our ancestors used in the older days head to the next page. Some of these methods are practical and simple, but they're all skills we can benefit from to handle a collapse.
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