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It's December 19, 2009 in Washington DC, and we have 16 inches of snow on the ground, with another 12 inches to come in the next 12 or ...
First, you'll need a base layer. I used knee-high socks, and highly recommend, but you can also use the tall calf-length socks. Ankle socks will NOT work. Step ...
Next, you'll need a couple recycled grocery sacks, or some garbage bags. Don't use Ziploc bags, they don't bunch right and end up being uncomfortable and not really ...
Next, you'll need another pair of knee-high (or calf-length) socks. Put those on over the grocery sack. Step 3 -- Put that bag in a sock.
The last step to weather-proofing a foot is to cover it with a pant! The type of pant is not terribly important, but jeans work well to provide ...
The first foot was lonely. Be a doll and go make another one to keep it company, will ya?
After a comment in which someone didn't realize that shoes are needed to complete the project, I am now demanding that you add shoes on top of your ...
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