theCryptofishist wrote:won a solar oven at the office holiday party.
Milayna wrote:So I keep an eye on craigslist for good deals, and a couple days ago I got an awesome deal for a new, never used, still has the tags on it 50 qt igloo cooler for $10!! So I'm going to use that for my dry ice/ frozen food and get another one for drinks and non-frozen stuff.
VultureChow wrote:So I've been off here for a while. Just too freakin busy with work and family issues. But I've kept my hands busy. My goal is 100 scarves for gifts next year. Boas, warm scarves etc. I'm up to 25 so far. Here's a sampling of the boa colors. Just need to stitch in the ends.
unjonharley wrote:... a ( to hold the bike while repairing) bike arm.
Riv wrote:I'm usually a yarn/knitting snob--merino and silk, please!--but I saw that this purple sparkle yarn was on sale for almost half off and ordered enough to make a shrug/scarf and maybe ruffle-yarn-bomb my bike too
theCryptofishist wrote:Just be sure to bang your first creation against a wall, hard, to make sure it's playa ready.
unjonharley wrote:Got a book.. Bike Repair for Dummies. Going to stop winging it and do it right..
lucky420 wrote:got the giraffe suit today. but i will wear it in the default world too.
I've got the skunk, giraffe and had the Godzilla like yours Antim but it was lifted at BRC
tattoogoddess wrote:merry christmas! Got this for christmas from my mom and a $25 gift card to go twords buying a camp stove. woot woot
tattoogoddess wrote:it is pretty sturdy pole wise. We are of corse going to use re bar to stake it. but i like it cause it has mesh on the top so it wont turn into a kite i will say if you plan on doing a solar shower with it, i hope you are short cause even though the tent is 7'2" with the gravity fed bag you have to almost get on your knees to be able to use it on your head. We are getting a hot water on demand system that has a pump so we wont have that issue unless the pump goes out.
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