Hey Guys. My family and I are planning to spend a month next summer out at our property building our family cabin. We will be without refrigeration and we are looking for ideas for keeping our perishables cold. The soil on our property is permafrost. A couple inches down below the sod you hit solid ice. I know it seems like a pretty simple thing to keep your food cold with ice right underneath your feet, but how exactly do you think we should do it? It's not like you can just dig a big pit and throw a cooler box down in the pit. This is solid ice we are talking about. It will take a while to chip away at the ice to get a pit that big. Are there any other alternatives that we've overlooked? Thanks.