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  1. Wife and I got the J&J shot yesterday in Idaho. They did check our ID's to make sure we were residents. The guy who got the shot 5 mins before me started puking in the waiting area right as the needle entered my arm, so that was encouraging. I feel fine today, no arm soreness, aches, etc. My wife is lousy and stayed home today. So all in all, pretty interesting.
  2. If you go with option 2, which i would recommend, I would go at least one step farther than a perc (percolation) test for your septic. Get an actual soils test done so that you have some idea what your foundation is going to cost you. I generally worked with larger buildings in a very different part of the country but saw several projects torpedoed when it turned out the foundation was going to blow up the budget.
  3. My wife has driven a CX-9 for about 10 years now and it has been very solid. No real mechanical issues (knock on wood) other than a headlight that kept going out. Good in the snow and decent get up and go. When we got it we were in your position with kids getting bigger and needing more room. When we replace it we will probably get something smaller at this point.
  4. I used an app called HotStock on my phone. It gives notifications of items in stock and a link to order. Was able to get an xbox using it. I do think some of it was fortunate timing, but it certainly helped. l have it turned off now, but was getting semi-regular notifications of new stock up until I turned it off.
  5. Newer versions of Excel have added a UNIQUE function that will pull these values. Using that with the SORT and FILTER functions can make parsing data easier/more dynamic. For me at least.
  6. Most of my camping is done out of my raft which is some sort of fusion between car camping (can bring heavier, bulkier items) and backpacking (once you shove off there is no going back to town for stuff or abandoning the trip). These pads make for good sleeping and last forever. Two pads, one sleeping bag and some sheets is pretty close to a bed for my wife and I. As a bonus you can float on them in calm waters.
  7. A good headlamp beats a flashlight, welding gloves are handy for cooking and tending the fire, bug spray can save a trip from totally sucking, if it gets a little cool at night a stocking cap makes a big difference.
  8. Got a four pack coming and HSG was nice enough to sub in a bottle of extra hot Hellhound. I won't have to share that one with my wife. I think this is my third time ordering and every bottle has been great!
  9. In my experience, if the water is starting from above ground (rain) you are better off keeping it on the surface through grading and if necessary dropping it into an inlet with a solid pipe (not a perforated pipe/french drain). If the grading is simple to get it over the pavement that is going to be the cheapest. If not, an inlet isn't a terrible way to go. If you do do an inlet, make sure that the water has a way to get out if the inlet or pipe clogs that is lower than your garage/house elevation. If you do have an issue with groundwater and need a french drain under the pavement, put
  10. I'm down also. But only $100. I say go for it.
  11. My daughter's campus, Washington State, just moved to online classes following spring break.
  12. You got me curious. Its like 2.5% of their population. That would be 8 million or so for us. So like NYC (not metro area)?
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