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Looking good. I have about a 6 x 10 planter and three pots with tomatoes. Something about the dirt I got this time, lettuce and spinach do not like it. The tomatoes love it. Bush green beans are easy to grow. That Miracle Grow plant food for tomatoes ... more »
Pegboard, shelves, and cabinets. An outlet every four feet and outside on each side of the door is not too many. An air jack outside the door would be nice. As said keep everything off the floor you can.
That's a nice size, not too big and the bedroom in front so you don't have to unload bikes to sleep.
I'll never forget when she gave her trophy from Freestone to a handy capped person.
I never thought I would buy Oakley's, but just got a pair of Flak 2.0 transitional prescription. I really like how they fit. I can even fit them under my googles if I wanted them for offroad.
I have thought of this also, since I don't really need a truck anymore and actually don't ride as much as I used to. I think you need a car with about say 500 lbs of hitch or bumper rating. Saying bike 400, carrier 100 lbs. The Subaru are there, one ... more »
That's really good. Thanks.
If it is an odd size, just buy a cheap larger frame and center it in the frame with the white background.
That was brutal, some of the scenes and sounds have stuck with me all week.
Start slow. Camp in a campground first with water and bathrooms in a tent. Find out how things work. You can day hike from there. Back packing all your things is a lot of work, not just the hiking. Fixing meals and having water takes a lot of effort ... more »
I watched most of it. We attended about 10 years ago. Talk about a sport for the rich to be a fan and very tough try to compete at the top level as a player.
I have thought about this. Instead of keeping the old truck around for the bike. I prefer driving our second car around for everyday. Subarus do have some of the heavier hitch weight ratings. They are made for outdoor play.
Our back yard is fenced. I see pools with no fences in rural areas sometime, I would not have that.
Scares me to just watch it.
It was reported the storm here in San Antonio about a month ago damaged about 100,000 vehicles.
For sand, rocks, roots, and tree deflections one can't beat them. After awhile you don't even notice it, unless you take it off. Hillbilly, they can be adjusted to shut off during your last 20% or so , like on a sharp turn. Also can adjust how much resistance ... more »
When I lived there and attended for so many years, it was always a solid 50,000 crowd.
Take a good look at the taxes. The value price is going to go to what you paid for it the next year. As said, a good home inspector is a must. Try to be there when he inspects, he can also teach you a lot about the place.
Lol. yes I looked and there are about 20 of them. We're going to try Crystal Beer Parlor. Thanks Colintrax, we'll see if we have time.