Ahh, yard mowing… the task that must be done but generally requires gas, noise, dirt and general unpleasantness. As such, I strive to make mowing less of a burden and more enjoyable. Switching over to electric mowers for a portion of our yard has made mowing about as good as it can get. Except for maybe a robot mower, but that will be for another post 😉 I checked out dozens of corded electric mowers and put them through their
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Looking for unboxing photos for the Eero wifi system? Look no further! Overall the unboxing impression is quite good. I’ll get into actual setup and performance in the full review. I’ll also caption the photos soon 😉 Photos taken with an Olympus OMD E-M10, kit lens and FL-600R.
Child one unloading the dish washer (and putting up the dishes where they go.) One of the best things about being a parent is teaching your kids to be responsible. Chores, jobs, learning opportunities, or whatever you want to call them… they help kids contribute in a meaningful way and they also help kids appreciate their free time. At a friend’s birthday party last night my wife and I were talking with the family’s grandmother. She grew up on a
Recently I ordered a couple boxes of daily wear contact lenses from 1-800-CONTACTS. So far the process has not been very smooth: Problem 1 – all the “order codes” or “coupon codes” I tried, even the codes listed on their own site, failed to work on my order Problem 2 – despite updating my doctor information and submitting a copy of my prescription online, they still had trouble processing my prescription To help expedite the order I planned on re-uploading the prescription,
This was my first visit to Branson’s Nantucket since they started the waterfall running. Very cool and quite scenic! Here is a photo of the waterfall that my wife took with her Moto X Pure Edition:
Question: How long does it take to fully format a 5TB external hard drive via USB 3.0? Answer: It takes about 9.5 hours to fully format! Details: This was an external “Seagate Expansion Unit” 5TB drive connected via USB 3.0 to a docked Dell E5450. I started the format (NTFS format, via Windows 10) at 9:30AM and it finished at 7PM.
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Rest in peace Leonard Nemoy, you will be missed. LLAP stands for live long and prosper. Vulcan salute – Wikipedia, the free encyclopediahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_saluteThe accompanying spoken blessing, “live long and prosper”, (“dif tor heh smusma” in the Vulcan language as spoken in Star Trek: The Motion Picture) also appeared for the first time in “Amok Time”,…