Polar Bear Pelt Product Review

Having sold our house, we have moved into an apartment.  In the course of settling in, we came across these wonderful polar bear pelts to serve as throws upon our new recliner sofa.  They are soft, warm and go along with our color scheme.  And I can confirm that petroleum age polar bear pelts made of 100% polyester are superior to natural ones in all respects.

 

 

2 comments

  1. kakatoa · October 13, 2019

    I’ll bet you are going to miss all the chores you no longer have to do yourself or hire someone to do around the house/yard/farm/etc (1) as they all take a lot of energy!

    I am not so sure about your choice of pelts. Our three day blackout just ended and I have been thinking a bit about what didn’t go as well as planned at our place. Staying a bit warmer when it was in the upper 30’s, low 40’s outside without having to resort to running the generator, using the kerosene heater, or our new Mr. Buddy propane heater would of been nice.

    Something a bit better than my usual Duluth trading t shirt with a sweat shirt on/off option at keeping body heat in vs letting it leak out all over the place is going to be needed next year if black outs are going to be the new normal around here.

    1) https://surplusenergyeconomics.wordpress.com/2019/10/13/156-actual-fantasy/

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    • Ron Clutz · October 13, 2019

      kakatoa, I was just walking today in the new neighborhood, admiring the fine autumn colors this year, and remembering all the yard leaves I have gathered over the years. Last fall the city made us take them to the eco-centre in our own vehicles, so no regrets being out of that job.
      With extreme snowfall already in Manitoba, here in Quebec we may not escape October without the white stuff. I kept one small shovel for me, and one balcony for cleaning. I may need to break out my Iceland polar gear early this year.

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