B Super Store Netgear R6300 802.11ac Dual Band Gigabit WiFi Router Up to 1300 Mbps Gigabit WiFi Dual Band Connectivity DLNA Compatible ReadySHARE USB Access ReadySHARE Printer Compatible Parental Controls Guest Network Access

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Editors note: UPADTED PRICING FOR 2015, the current pricing before taxes is around $6000. By Steve Maxwell – Mother Earth News Rays of early-morning sunlight gently peek through the windows, easing you awake. Looking down from the sleeping loft, you see everything you need: a pine table; a box piled with hardwood, split and ready …

Editors note: UPADTED PRICING FOR 2015, the current pricing before taxes is around $6000. By Steve Maxwell – Mother Earth News Rays of early-morning sunlight gently peek through the windows, easing you awake. Looking down from the sleeping loft, you see everything you need: a pine table; a box piled with hardwood, split and ready …

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Mulberry, Florida, Sinkhole. This 185-foot-deep (56-meter-deep) sinkhole appeared in 1994 in Mulberry, Florida (map), in a pile of waste material dumped by mining company IMC-Agrico. The company was mining rock to extract phosphate, a main ingredient in fertilizers and a chemical used to produce phosphoric acid, added to enhance the taste of soda and various food items. After phosphate was extracted from the rocks, the gypsum-based waste product was dumped as a slurry. As layer after layer…

Mulberry, Florida, Sinkhole. This 185-foot-deep (56-meter-deep) sinkhole appeared in 1994 in Mulberry, Florida (map), in a pile of waste material dumped by mining company IMC-Agrico. The company was mining rock to extract phosphate, a main ingredient in fertilizers and a chemical used to produce phosphoric acid, added to enhance the taste of soda and various food items. After phosphate was extracted from the rocks, the gypsum-based waste product was dumped as a slurry. As layer after layer…

For greeting cards.  I'll need to look through my cards to see if this would work.  I really don't want to lose many of the loving messages my mother has and will continue to send to me.  How to store them, however, is a problem.  I have boxes and boxes which are beginning to pile up.    From avegasgirlatheart.com

For greeting cards. I'll need to look through my cards to see if this would work. I really don't want to lose many of the loving messages my mother has and will continue to send to me. How to store them, however, is a problem. I have boxes and boxes which are beginning to pile up. From avegasgirlatheart.com

How to make a vintage book lamp: How novel is this? A charming reading lamp made from a pile of vintage books and an off-the-shelf lampshade. All you need to do is drill a hole through each book (make sure you’ve read them first!), then stack them onto the shaft of a lamp base. Add a painted wire shade, and this light will look right at home in your favourite night-time reading nook.

How to make a vintage book lamp: How novel is this? A charming reading lamp made from a pile of vintage books and an off-the-shelf lampshade. All you need to do is drill a hole through each book (make sure you’ve read them first!), then stack them onto the shaft of a lamp base. Add a painted wire shade, and this light will look right at home in your favourite night-time reading nook.

Hurricane Season’s Start Brings New Storm Surge Maps - When Hurricane Sandy struck the Northeast, it was not the storm’s winds but the massive pile of water those winds pushed in front of the storm that wreaked the most havoc, inundating coastal areas in 3 to 9 feet of water, causing billions in damages, and leaving dozens dead.

Hurricane Season’s Start Brings New Storm Surge Maps - When Hurricane Sandy struck the Northeast, it was not the storm’s winds but the massive pile of water those winds pushed in front of the storm that wreaked the most havoc, inundating coastal areas in 3 to 9 feet of water, causing billions in damages, and leaving dozens dead.

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