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I'm in Canada and use a Stihl backpack blower, works very well, especially if you get on it quick. Food for thought. I like it because it's smaller for storage purposes. Also a 2 stroke, but in my experience Stihl has been very easy to maintain. Good luck!
I've seen a couple fedoras around that I like (or what I thought were fedoras) but can't seem to find one in a store.
Its a smaller looking fedora, but the back of the brim is curled and front brim is flat. Does anyone know what these are called? Is it just a different variation of a fedora...
Have close to a month on it now, works great. Brews a pot very quickly which I like.
Rhody, I find putting hot water in the pot while I grind the beans etc helps. I agree though, could always have hotter.
Interesting I will check out corelle, thank you.
Yes, everyday use. Dishwasher and microwave. We have nice china from our wedding (that actually does get used on special occasions).
If I could find a nice white/neutral set that will last I would be willing to pay more.
Hi gang, any thoughts on a new dinnerware set?
Ideally I would like something durable that will last. I was looking at something pricey like Lecreuset but not sure it is worth the cost or if it is more of a fashion statement for the kitchen.
Alternatively it's a buy and replace every couple of...
I was able to find a great deal on a basically new (lightly used) Technivorm. I must say this thing makes great coffee compared to my Cuisinart drip coffeemaker.
Even my wife admitted that it was better than expected.
Are there many others here using one of these as their daily coffeemaker...
Wow that's great. I am willing to pay more for a product that I know is backed by the company unconditionally.
I'm really liking this bag. It's simple and well made.
I noticed on their website that some of their products are made in China and some aren't. I'm happy this bag isn't.
Thanks for the suggestions!
No not a fatter wallet, it was a special occasion. That is the most expensive wine we've tried, buy it came highly recommended so we gave it a try.
Mr second favorite Pinot is Meiomi. Cheaper and also excellent.
Looking forward to trying the others mentioned in this...
I'll start this by saying I'm not a huge wine drinker, however this Pinot noir was fantastic.
My wife and I were away for a weekend and bought a nice bottle, $40 or so (at Costco) and both agreed it was one of the best red wines we've ever tried.
Has anyone else tried this?
Thanks, I'm really liking it.
My wife thinks it's more casual than the leather Samsonite bag I had before. I wear a suit but not usually a tie, I think it goes fine.... You guys?
Love the zipper on this thing, feels like a zipper should, like it will last a lifetime.
Thanks Tim. I do use glide but apparently missed some spots. I'm going to check out this vest.
The 3m tape sounds like it might be good for the nipples, ha ha. Thanks for the suggestions, appreciate it.