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Thanks for all the ideas! We leave on Fri for a 6 day trip -- two boys and me (with a sore wrist).
My little camping guys are big enough that I'd like to venture out from upstate ny. Can someone recommend a campground on the coast? I'm guessing that the sites open up 9 months ahead of time, like here. TY!
My wonderful DS donates all the money he receives. He gets some specifically to donate (he gives up eating one of two cookies a day and get $10 a month that he gives to the local outreach center). I'd like to get him a piggy bank that has save, spend, donate sections so he feels okay saving some of his money. Does anyone have thoughts on these? http://www.amazon.com/Money-Savvy-Ge...pr_product_top http://www.amazon.com/Moonjar-Classi.../ref=pd_sim__2
Quote: Originally Posted by hibana I was bored and went hunting on Etsy for ideas for you. http://www.etsy.com/listing/49035785...page=&includes[]=tags&includes[]=title http://www.etsy.com/listing/39863764...page=&includes[]=tags&includes[]=title http://www.etsy.com/listing/27854749...page=&includes[]=tags&includes[]=title I got three rings from Jill (the third link) and she, and the rings, are amazing.
We have a very inexpensive version, but it has been a life saver with two active boys. We have a king and a queen mattress on the floor that they jump on. Above that we have tw hooks hanging from the beams in our completely unfinished basement. I have a $20 rope ladder from magic cabin that we can hang up. Then we have two hooks that are circles that are about 5 feet apart. I hang up a hammock on the two, or fold the hammock and hang it on one. I also have a rope...
Hey everyone! I did this thread for a few years, but didn't have a chance to do much homemade last year. I bought from etsy/local craft shows for most people, but made wool angels for above my boys' beds. This year will be minimal, but we'll do a few things. my cousins (married couple): sweater sleeve coffee sleeves me: ds1 and I will use the rest of the sweater to make me a bag aunt/cousins: I was thinking about beeswax candles, but I want to see how much work...
Wow -- I'm more overwhelmed now. Can any just tell me what I would want as a minimum? Here are two computers that are inexpensive, but I can't tell if they have enough of anything or not. My needs are very basic. Email, photos, and etsy. http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?inv...4LLA-R&cpc=SCH http://albany.craigslist.org/sys/1715685134.html I guess I'm not sure if I should spend more and get something newer because it will last more years or go cheap and get...
Do you mind me asking what you specifically consider a good deal? I'm looking here http://store.apple.com/us/browse/hom...mco=OTY2ODY3Nw and I feel pretty dizzy. What's the minimum memory and speed I would want? Do the percentages off go higher occasionally?
Why is a macbook cheaper? I thought they would be more expensive.
I need a new computer since this one is so slow I'm wasting quite a bit off time waiting for it to connect. Does anyone have any suggestions on what kind of mac to get? I have an old emac and I feel so out of the loop I don't even know where to begin looking. My emac was refurbished and a pretty good deal, especially since it's lasted almost 5 years. Thanks.
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