In the words of G Monk Dong, “A good-looking tablecloth is half of a picnic.” The cloth establishes the style of the picnic and determines the success or failure of the picnic. There are many styles, you can choose according to your own preferences.
As soon as the foreign children heard the spirit, they immediately got up from the ground and ran to the carpet. At this time, his father began to put all kinds of food and cutlery in the picnic basket used for going out. When it was mentioned on the “tablecloth”, the “picnic” was ready: he, the child, happily began his own “family picnic”!
Recyclables mainly include waste paper, plastic, glass, metal and cloth, which are mainly domestic wastes suitable for recycling and recycling. Waste paper: mainly contains old newspapers, publications, books, all kinds of wrapping paper, etc., but note that paper towels and toilet paper are not recyclable because of their strong water solubility. Plastic: all kinds of plastic bags, plastic foam, plastic packaging products, disposable plastic lunch box tableware, hard plastic, plastic toothbrush, plastic cups, mineral water bottles and so on. Glass: mainly contains all kinds of glass bottles, broken glass pieces, mirrors, thermos and so on. Metal objects: mainly include cans, cans, etc. Cloth: mainly includes discarded clothes, trousers, tablecloths, face washing towels, schoolbags, shoes and so on.
Picnic cloth is essential, mainly with plaid and solid color, because the background is mostly green, so white, beige, yellow and red and white checkered are recommended (because there are too many tablecloths, you can choose other colors if you want to avoid collision).
The ubiquitous lawn, beautiful environment and convenient location make Niugang Mountain Park a “picnic resort” in the center of Fuzhou. The central green area extends around the central lake with a wide field of vision. the setting sun shines on the face through the treetops, leisurely and cozy. Feel free to find a place to spread the tablecloth and bask in the warm sun.
In addition to building fire-fighting evacuation facilities and escape equipment, the fire scene should also make use of all available items at the scene, such as using wet towels or similar articles to protect the mouth and nose from smoke, protect the head and body with wet quilts, blankets, clothes, etc., rush out of the fire, tear curtains, bed sheets, tablecloths and quilt covers into ropes and slide down from high places to escape.