This summer I replaced my ICE mower with a Ryobi, with two 20 volt lithium ion batteries, self-propelled and mulching. My lawn is about 4,500 sq ft of mowable grass, and I haven't had to switch from one battery to the other except the first time I mowed.
My Ryobi is my second cordless mower. I forget the brand of the first one, but it was an early model ~12 yearsa go, and very quiet, but under-powered. The Ryobi is surprisingly heavy and, while not as loud as an ICE, louder than the first generation cordless mower, which was nearly silent. My weedwhacker is also cordless Ryobi, but advancing the string is a chore. Otherwise I like it well enough.
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I am pretty confident that we worked really hard that year... to be fair though, we closed the RTDNTOTO in 2012 early to assure the 9,327 number, which is the number of posts Bear had.^^^Something tells me we'll never eclipse 2013.
On a 1-10 random scale this post registers a solid 7.75. It was clearly a thought connected to no others, however, the one thing holding it back from true random greatness is that it is an office-related observation. And many of your readers - not coincidently, are located in offices.My board and commission file folders are orange.
I feel like I need to know a bit more about why the recreation staff have red velvet cake. Was it a birthday? Was it Steve's retirement party? Or maybe Brenda's baby shower? There are just so many unknowns here...Killing time with all of you before Council tonight... Quiet from the West Coast.
Digging in for a long meeting with the help of 4 Advil after sneaking a slice of red velvet cake from the Recreation staff..
One also needed to use a lot of the natural purple dyes in order to get the garment to be a dark color and for it not to fade.In the pre-modern world, purple was a royal color because there was very few sources of natural purple dyes. Therefore, typically only royalty could afford it.
They are very good and addicting. And of course now the store hasn't been carrying them. I think I will be chasing this unicorn for awhile!Salt and Vinegar?
Curry potato chips sound amazing. Must Amazon them NOW!
Does the German grocery store have a Hispanic section?They are very good and addicting. And of course now the store hasn't been carrying them. I think I will be chasing this unicorn for awhile!
This grocery store also has "African", Ketchup, Paprika, "Chakalaka", and "Oriental" potato chips.
If you read Colonel Albert Pope and His American Dream Machines: The Life and Times of a Bicycle Tycoon Turned Automotive Pioneer (apologies for amazon link) there's a good section about how he initially bet on electric and lost, undone in part by the success of his own "Good Roads" movement- which was initially an effort to get better roads for the bicycles he was selling but led to the expansion of automotive application beyond cities where charging and battery swapping was feasible.Electric automobiles are not 'new'. People were trying to perfect it even at the infancy/early years of the automobile industry.
We went through a few bags of these in Germany. I got them for the name and they were pretty good. But not much different than bugles.One of the coolest things my wife ever bought me was a monthly subscription to a service that would send me a box of random bags of chips from around the country. If it wasn't so cost prohibitive, it would be cool to get a box of chips from Europe or Asia.
When I buy watches from people in foreign countries, I usually try to get them to throw in a small bag of some sort of local snack or a chocolate bar.
I suspect the teacher is "old school".My oldest has an "engineering technology" class in middle school and they are starting out with doing some hand-drawn drafting work... on vellum!
You old school planners and cartographers should be happy!
I suspect the teacher is "old school".
IMO, they should be learning AutoCad.