(Abbotsford, BC) –The recent droughts in BC and the lower mainland have inspired a local man to do his part for the province, and he has vowed to give up drinking water for the duration of the drought.
“I was hearing a lot on the news about how we shouldn’t be watering lawns, and should be using water saving measures like quick showers, and putting a brick in the back of the toilet to reduce water usage, and I got to thinking. I drink a lot of water, probably several liters a day. I can realistically cut that out, and the water can be saved for those who need it.”
“It’s no problem at all really. There’s a liquor store on the ground floor of my building, so I can just go there and get something to drink. Best part is they have a cold room, so I can have a refreshing drink any time I want. I do have to stock up on Saturday though, you know. Or travel further, but that’s gotten a lot trickier these days.”
“Overall, the plan is pretty solid. I will be honest though, the morning’s are really rough. But the nights are great, totally make up for it.”