Just a short post today. One really great light source that is cheap to buy are those small solar lights that you use along walkways. At the end of the season they cost about $2.00 each, and during spring and summer they can still be picked up almost anywhere for under $5.00 a piece. I have five in my trailer in the cabinet. I keep them in their original carton that I bought when I bought the dozen (most were placed in my garden). They stand straight up which means there's less chance of them getting knocked around and breaking any of the cheap pieces.
I put three outside this morning and they soaked up the sun all day. This evening I brought them in and they are providing enough light for me to do my work. They only light up my end of the trailer. The grand kids are still in the dark. I don't have a lot of reading to do, if I did I think I'd need about five of these rather than three. Still, it's a great idea to provide lighting at a very cheap cost.
It's a good idea to have these on hand at home too. If the lights go out you can you these at night instead of the nightlights that you may use now.