RainbowGardener, I hope you are leaving yourself lots of extra travel time and arrive at your destination and back home safely.
In this corner of the US, I have just checked the Cascade Mountain pass reports. It looks like the State Transportation people are doing a good job. I know there are avalanche concerns and the precipitation is currently a mix of snow and rain, right at freezing. We don't want this snow to go away quickly and we don't want to jinx the fact that it's here and more coming. The relief from drought conditions look real, https://www.wcc.nrcs.usda.gov/snow/snow_map.html
DW has a special interest in fresh produce (me too
) so we make trips through the produce aisles about once a week. The vegetables carried from afar, or out of storage, usually ends up in noodles or on rice. There is also a freezer, well-stocked by the end of each growing season. Even with "warmer" conditions right now, it would not be difficult to keep things in there frozen.
All those noodles and rice, I don't know how many weeks we could go without the need to restock -- many. A little oil, a sprinkle of this or that - many, many meals right here at home.
We are each other's harvest; we are each other's business; we are each other's magnitude and bond. ~ Gwendolyn Brooks