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Spring Cleaning Safety Tips





spring cleaning safety tips






    spring cleaning
  • In the spring, after a long winter, when the snow melts and it gets warm people like to clean their house because it feels like the right time of the year to do it. It has the feeling of freshness which is appropriate in the springtime.

  • Spring cleaning is the period in spring time set aside for cleaning a house, normally applied in climates with a cold winter.

  • Clean (a home or room) thoroughly

  • the activity of cleaning a house thoroughly at the end of winter





    safety tips
  • (Safety Tip) Keep your chin off your chest throughout. You should be able to put your fist between your chin and your chest throughout.

  • Tips to help make travel easier and keep children happy during the duration of the journey.











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2"Stainless Steel Spring Gutter Strainer (for 5-inch / standard gutters)


2"Stainless Steel Spring Gutter Strainer (for 5-inch / standard gutters)



Primarily used by professionals and homeowners to reduce or eliminate clogging of downspout pipes. High quality Spring Gutter Strainer enhances the drainage performance of rain gutters between cleanings, protect downspouts where clogs usually occur and help keep substantial debris and compost from accumulating and clogging in the system's underground drainage. This is the most inexpensive insurance against expensive and difficult to clear clogs. These stainless steel gutter strainers are compatible with aluminum and copper.










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A Good Day's Fishin' at Katahdin Lodge




A Good Day's Fishin' at Katahdin Lodge





That is one very happy David R. Crews there holding up a stringer of sixteen Brook Trout caught in Hale Pond, on a good day in Moro Plantation, Maine, by Martha and Finley Clarke, Wayne and Barbara Birmingham and David (myself).

Hale Pond is a mile back into the woods behind Katahdin Lodge. There was a barely drivable dirt road going back to it, from the Lodge. The pond is a mile and a quarter long, maybe a half mile or so across. A mile and a quarter long stretch of fresh, cold water seems too large to be called a pond, but in Maine, a pond is spring fed and has an outlet, a lake has an inlet and an outlet.

Wayne, Barbara, Finley, Marty and I had spent the better part of a very nice spring day puttering around Hale Pond in Katahdin Lodge's 16 foot, aluminum fishing boat.

There was a Loon fishing for its dinner on Hale Pond the same time we were fishing for ours. We would be anchored tight and fishing, but not catching, when we'd spot the Loon making a dive. I suppose you could say what we did next was rude. We'd crank up the outboard motor and go cast our lines where the Loon had just dived down and come back up from with something fishy looking to eat in its mouth. As we headed our motorboat in the direction of the Loon, as soon as we got anywhere near where it was, the big fishin' birdie flew off to another fishing spot on the pond. Humm. Looking back on that, I also suppose you could say that the Loon knew all the good spots, so why not share that info with us humans. The Loon trick worked every time. We humans caught a few trout where the had just dived for some itself.

Wait a minute!

I can't remember who had said to go fish in the Loon's spots. We hit on about a half dozen of them. Maybe it was my Uncle Finley. If that's true, then it was his bad karma from that what caused my fish hook to catch the skin of his right temple. And not my youthful clumsiness.

Uh huh. It wasn't my fought at all!

Five good sized adults in a 16 foot fishing boat is stretching your water safety luck, anyways. We were just about at maximum capacity for the boat. It was crowded.

I was casting my rod. I had it held straight back behind me, horizontal with the surface of the pond. I thought that if the hook and sinker were near anyone, they'd say so quick. I thought I had a clear casting space, but Fin was slightly into that space. I made a mighty hard cast, and the rod jerked tight and froze in mid air, about a foot into the sweeping arch of the cast. It felt like the hook had caught on the outside edge of the little boat's gunwale--directly behind me. The boat was so crowded, that I did not bother trying to maneuver around to see where the hook was attached. So I lowered the rod backwards back down some, figuring that this would unhook it from the gunwale, then I moved the tip of the rod backwards a half a foot or so, to make sure that I was clear of the entire boat this time. And I gave it a mighty heave ho and away you go. But it jerked tight, hard and fast and froze in mid air again.

Somebody said something. I turned around and what do I see, the curved shank of the barbed hook grabbing a tight hold onto the soft, 'tented out' flesh of Finley's temple, and the barbed point sticking back out of his temple.

He was hooked good and proper like.

Surprisingly! Ol' Finley K. made nary a sound.

I started to try to take the hook out, but they all said let Wayne do it. That made sense to me. Wayne was a top-notch Registered Maine Guide. He got it out easy enough, no serious damage was done to the side of my uncle's head, and we kept on fishing.

I guess you could say I hooked the big one that day. And it was the one that didn't get away.

We had ridden back there to Hale Pond in the Lodge's Land Rover, so we could tow the boat with us. Hale Pond was our favorite hiking destination, so vehicle traffic was discouraged by never making one little improvement to the rough road to it. The road was on Lodge property.

Fin decided to leave the boat there till bear hunting season kicked off on June 1, 1969. He didn't mind if any of the locals used his boat without asking, but he did not want anybody to screw up or swipe his little outboard motor. He told me to hide the motor. So I stashed it over behind some trees and in some underbrush, stepped back towards the beached boat, and saw that it was not easy to spot the hidden outboard from there.

As we loaded our happy selves into the Land Rover, we were all practically singing songs of joy.

It was a stupendous way to spend a day.

We got about 30 yards up the road, and there was that darned outboard motor showing plain as could be over in the woods. I had stashed it well enough from anyone who was commandeering the boat for awhile, but not from anyone traveling down the road there. My Aunt Marty thought that was hilarious, and Fin and the Birminghams did too.

It was embarrassing.

I had only been living in Maine for five months, and I was raised in suburbia. I had a lot to learn











Mobile Storage Cabinet (Highsmith)




Mobile Storage Cabinet (Highsmith)





This storage cabinet provides plenty of room for your computer and all its components and doubles effectively as a computer workstation. Divided vertically, the right side features three wide shelves (two adjustable) for your monitor, CPU, printer and more, plus an adjustable keyboard shelf. The left side features five narrow shelves (four adjustable) perfect for extra printer paper, recordable media or peripheral computer components.
• Shelves adjust in 1?" increments and feature lock tabs on shelf clips to prevent shelves from tipping
• 29 5/8"W x 17?"D adjustable keyboard shelf on full-extension ball bearing slides
• Panels and shelves are durable furniture board with easy-to-clean, damage-resistant thermalfused laminate (pearl colored on all insides, your choice of bright color on the outside)
• Resilient, high-impact PVC edges protect cabinets from accidental bumps while moving
• Doors open 270° to lie flat against the side panels
• Spring-loaded door catches ensure closure
• Safety-tipped, five-knuckle hinges with non-removable pins
• Bent wire door pulls
• Super-steady 5" casters, two locking
• Right side measures 32"W; left side measures 16"W
• Cabinet measures 48"W x 24"D overall

$1,125

Light blue or Red laminate finish









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spring cleaning safety tips




Travel Safety: Safety tips for personal and corporate travellers [Sample chapter]






This is the first chapter of the upcoming book, Travel Safety: Safety tips for personal and corporate travellers. It covers basic safety advice that all travellers should be aware of.

* Taking care of yourself
* Documents and cash
* Street crime, cons, and opportunists
* Crossing borders
* Accommodation

============================================
The world is a safe place (so why are we writing this book?)
============================================

Every year millions of trips take place: people leave their homes, travel and return without incident. In general, the world is a safe place and moving over borders and into foreign countries is safer than it has ever been in the history of the world. However, if millions of travellers encounter no problems, a small percentage encounter the worst of humanity, or the worst nature can throw at us.

Who is responsible for your personal safety? This question was asked of a group of senior officers gathered in Sudan for a peace-keeping mission. Despite the retort of a certain Rwandan Major, the correct answer is not "my mom". The correct answer is that you are. You have to look after yourself.

It's our pleasure to share our stories, our experiences, and the best practices devised by the smartest minds in security. We've stripped out the jargon and kept things simple and practical while covering a wide range of possible situations.

Airline safety briefings often include the line, "in the unlikely event of an emergency…" This book is a manual for those unlikely emergencies, written by people who travel often. Every traveller has a different strategy as to how to look after themselves while they are on the road; we've brought together our experiences with stories and ideas from dozens of others. We only include advice we believe in, which have been road-tested by people who have survived traumatic experiences, and from those who have learned from all the little problems one might encounter.

Some people are more scared than excited by the world around them. It's not our goal to make you one of those people. It's our goal to help you become fear-free, by having access to the tactics and knowledge that will keep you safe. Don't be afraid to travel, to meet people, to immerse yourself in life and in the colourful cultures of the world. And if you ever come across the Rwandan Military, it seems they actually have a sense of humour!

(The above excerpt is taken from the authors' foreword.)

The full book, to be released later in 2011 will include chapters on:
TRANSPORT BASICS
* Airplane travel
* Land transport
* Boats and water travel

SPECIFIC SAFETY ADVICE
* For business travel
* For backpackers and RTW travellers
* For family travel
* For solo travellers

WHEN VIOLENCE STRIKES, covering
* Hostage and kidnapping situations
* Armed robbery
* Carjacking
* Unofficial border stops
* Sexual assault

EMERGENCY RESPONSE
* Fire
* Flood
* Earthquake
* and afterwards

ACCIDENTAL WARZONES
* Escaping riots
* Surviving terrorism
* Unexploded ordinance, including landmmine avoidance
* Being shot at or bombed

... And much more. It's our goal to tell you everything you need to know about the potential risks, both likely and unlikely, that you'll face on the road, in the air, and as you travel at home and around the world.

==============
About the authors:
==============
Craig Bidois is one of a select few certified to train United Nations Executives in security, and one of the very few New Zealanders to be awarded the Iraq Reconstruction Medal by the British Government for his dedicated work under extreme conditions to help rebuild the Iraqi Security Forces. From humanitarian staff to corporate travellers, Craig Bidois has trained over 15,000 people in travel safety.

Craig Martin travels a lot. Since February 2006 he and his wife, Linda, have visited over 50 countries. He's been pick-pocketed, caught in earthquakes and sucked in by scams, and has learned his lessons the hard way.

This is the first chapter of the upcoming book, Travel Safety: Safety tips for personal and corporate travellers. It covers basic safety advice that all travellers should be aware of.

* Taking care of yourself
* Documents and cash
* Street crime, cons, and opportunists
* Crossing borders
* Accommodation

============================================
The world is a safe place (so why are we writing this book?)
============================================

Every year millions of trips take place: people leave their homes, travel and return without incident. In general, the world is a safe place and moving over borders and into foreign countries is safer than it has ever been in the history of the world. However, if millions of travellers encounter no problems, a small percentage encounter the worst of humanity, or the worst nature can throw at us.

Who is responsible for your personal safety? This question was asked of a group of senior officers gathered in Sudan for a peace-keeping mission. Despite the retort of a certain Rwandan Major, the correct answer is not "my mom". The correct answer is that you are. You have to look after yourself.

It's our pleasure to share our stories, our experiences, and the best practices devised by the smartest minds in security. We've stripped out the jargon and kept things simple and practical while covering a wide range of possible situations.

Airline safety briefings often include the line, "in the unlikely event of an emergency…" This book is a manual for those unlikely emergencies, written by people who travel often. Every traveller has a different strategy as to how to look after themselves while they are on the road; we've brought together our experiences with stories and ideas from dozens of others. We only include advice we believe in, which have been road-tested by people who have survived traumatic experiences, and from those who have learned from all the little problems one might encounter.

Some people are more scared than excited by the world around them. It's not our goal to make you one of those people. It's our goal to help you become fear-free, by having access to the tactics and knowledge that will keep you safe. Don't be afraid to travel, to meet people, to immerse yourself in life and in the colourful cultures of the world. And if you ever come across the Rwandan Military, it seems they actually have a sense of humour!

(The above excerpt is taken from the authors' foreword.)

The full book, to be released later in 2011 will include chapters on:
TRANSPORT BASICS
* Airplane travel
* Land transport
* Boats and water travel

SPECIFIC SAFETY ADVICE
* For business travel
* For backpackers and RTW travellers
* For family travel
* For solo travellers

WHEN VIOLENCE STRIKES, covering
* Hostage and kidnapping situations
* Armed robbery
* Carjacking
* Unofficial border stops
* Sexual assault

EMERGENCY RESPONSE
* Fire
* Flood
* Earthquake
* and afterwards

ACCIDENTAL WARZONES
* Escaping riots
* Surviving terrorism
* Unexploded ordinance, including landmmine avoidance
* Being shot at or bombed

... And much more. It's our goal to tell you everything you need to know about the potential risks, both likely and unlikely, that you'll face on the road, in the air, and as you travel at home and around the world.

==============
About the authors:
==============
Craig Bidois is one of a select few certified to train United Nations Executives in security, and one of the very few New Zealanders to be awarded the Iraq Reconstruction Medal by the British Government for his dedicated work under extreme conditions to help rebuild the Iraqi Security Forces. From humanitarian staff to corporate travellers, Craig Bidois has trained over 15,000 people in travel safety.

Craig Martin travels a lot. Since February 2006 he and his wife, Linda, have visited over 50 countries. He's been pick-pocketed, caught in earthquakes and sucked in by scams, and has learned his lessons the hard way.










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