2023.03.22 16:55 digital4kcollector (Offer) list (request) list
2023.03.22 16:22 Snoo53903 Tech Support in Naples Florida
2023.03.22 14:47 ki-1029 Places for photography recommendations?
2023.03.22 13:05 mediamusing ☣️ Don't let Them touch You ☣️
2023.03.22 10:38 Elegant_Sweet_9612 "Unlock The Magic of Rajasthan - An Epic Adventure Awaits!"
Rajasthan is one of the most beautiful and vibrant states of India. It is known for its rich culture, stunning architecture, fascinating history and delicious cuisine. But most importantly, it is known for its enchanting beauty and majestic landscapes. From the golden desert sands to the majestic forts, Rajasthan is the perfect destination for a magical adventure.submitted by Elegant_Sweet_9612 to u/Elegant_Sweet_9612 [link] [comments]
paragliding in udaipur
The first stop on your journey should be Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. Here, you will find the iconic Hawa Mahal, a beautiful palace with five storeys and 953 windows, built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. Also, visit the City Palace and Jantar Mantar, both of which are beautiful examples of Rajput architecture. Spend a day exploring the markets of Jaipur, and don’t forget to try the delicious street food.
Udaipur, the city of Lakes, is known for its breathtaking beauty, majestic palaces, and rich culture. It is no wonder that it is a popular destination for adventure seekers. If you are looking for a thrilling adventure in Rajasthan, then Udaipur is the perfect place for you. From exploring the beautiful lakes and mountain trails to trying out some extreme sports, Udaipur has a lot to offer.
Paragliding in Udaipur
Udaipur, the city of lakes, is a popular tourist destination in India, renowned for its stunning palaces and spectacular views. But it is also a great spot for adrenaline junkies and adventure seekers. Paragliding in Udaipur is one of the most thrilling activities you can experience in the city.
Paragliding in Udaipur is a must-do activity for anyone looking to experience the thrill of flying. The activity is offered at two sites in the city:
Udaipur Gliding Club: you can take part in introductory courses and learn the basics of paragliding. The club has experienced instructors who will teach you the safety measures, proper body position, launching and landing techniques and other important details. Once you have mastered the basics, you can take part in group activities such as competition flights and tandem flights.
Dhikala Adventure Camp: you can participate in paragliding activities such as acrobatics, aerobatics and tandem flights. The camp also has a professional team that can help you with the latest technology in paragliding, such as the use of GPS and other tracking systems.
Paragliding in Udaipur is a great way to experience the beauty of the city from a different perspective. The experience is both thrilling and peaceful, and you will be able to take in the stunning views of the city. You will also get to see some of the city’s most iconic monuments, such as the City Palace, the Fateh Sagar Lake and the Aravalli Hills.
For the water enthusiasts, udaipur adventure offers a variety of activities such as kayaking, boating, parasailing, and paddle boarding.
Kayaking is a great way to explore the beautiful lakes around Udaipur. Here, you can enjoy the beauty of the city and its surroundings from a different perspective.
Boating is another great way to explore the city as you can witness the magnificent palaces and temples from the water.
Parasailing is an exciting activity and you can get an adrenaline rush as you soar over the city. Paddle boarding is a great way to enjoy the calm waters of the lakes.
You can challenge yourself and get a unique view of the city as you climb the rocky terrain.
Rappelling is another activity you can try where you can rappel down the steep slopes to reach the bottom of the mountain.
Ziplining is a thrilling activity that is sure to get your heart racing as you glide through the air.
Udaipur is a great destination for adventure seekers. With its beautiful lakes, majestic palaces, and thrilling activities, Udaipur is sure to give you an unforgettable experience. Pack your bags and head to Udaipur for an adventure of a lifetime.
2023.03.22 02:20 zlyda Someone did not pay for their Windows license 😂
|submitted by zlyda to facepalm [link] [comments]|
2023.03.22 01:10 Ezra_is_a_dumb_boy Bad girls that didn't get on the show
2023.03.22 00:22 Snoo53903 Tech Support in Naples Florida
2023.03.21 23:10 aviationakinator Why did this flight divert to SWF after squawking 7700?
|submitted by aviationakinator to flightradar24 [link] [comments]|
2023.03.21 22:31 pprincessbuttonss Car Break Ins
2023.03.21 22:20 Lazy-Mobile-1806 When did you stop rooting for Jonathan Caballero?
|submitted by Lazy-Mobile-1806 to okbuddycoral [link] [comments]|
2023.03.21 22:00 plmfabian FORT MYERS/NAPLES FLORIDA AREA Lead Vocalist/Singer trying to find ROCK/HARD ROCK/CLASSIC ROCK INSPIRED BAND MEMBERS --Bass,Drums,Electric--
2023.03.21 21:45 plmfabian [FT. MYERS/NAPLES/ESTERO/CAPE CORAL/ FLORIDA] Lead Singer/Frontman who is looking for hard rock/rock/classic rock inspired band--Bassist, Drummer, and Electric players; looking for experience, writing, desire and drive.
2023.03.21 19:29 MirkWorks City & Soul by James Hillman
2023.03.21 17:20 keithplacer S16 The Action House: The Ravages of Age
submitted by keithplacer to Thisoldhouse [link] [comments]
100 Martin St. before any work began
The major project of season 16 was The Acton House, a 1710 former farmhouse that was the oldest house in Acton, once part of a large farm most of which had been sold off over the years, and which now sat on 5 acres of quite attractive property at 100 Martin Street. The homeowners were Terry Maitland, trained as a journalist and historian, now a broker of high-dollar luxury homes, and Sima Maitland, a schoolteacher. Their house was largely original and while it looked large from the outside, the interior spaces were cramped and dated, with low ceilings and inadequate space for them and their three children, thanks in part due to the intrusion of the massive central chimney stack. A new addition off the east side was deemed the answer, and the Maitlands were prepared to contribute $150,000 to the project. A preliminary examination of the house by Norm and Tom revealed some dubious structure but they vowed not to try to fix every problem and only deal with what was necessary to accommodate the new addition. Ah, dreams…
Homeowners Terry and Sima Maitland in a very '90s-looking shot
The first order of business was getting a set of plans, so Chris Dallmus of Jock Gifford's Design Associates firm was called in and after numerous iterations, came up with plans for a 2-storey addition off the east side of the old place with a master suite, new kitchen, mud room, and family room. The old milk shed that currently occupied the site needed to be relocated, and proved to be an entertaining use of the Silva's creativity in sliding it out of the way using skids and a dump truck. Herb Brockert of Construction Services Co. arrived with his big excavator to dig the large hole the new addition required as Norm and Tom began to realize the existing house was so crooked that it was going to be a challenge to mate with the new structure. Meanwhile another big hole was dug for the new septic system that was also deemed necessary for the project.
The Silvas slide the milk shed to its temporary location
Tom and Norm assessed the scope of the demolition needed in the old house. The amount of slope in some of the floors was extreme, and the carpenters were against trying to fix very much of it at risk of blowing the budget. But as excavation continued, the issues involved with the old stone foundation and terribly compromised structure made those vows weaken. Many of the original beams and sills were rotted, and alterations over the years resulted in what Norm called a “terrifying” situation with the entire building slowly sliding towards the backyard. Tom devised a support structure to allow the house to be jacked up enough to replace the rotted sills that they originally weren’t going to repair. With the house so supported, the old stone foundation adjacent to the new addition was pretty much demolished in short order by hand with just a bit of help from the heavy equipment.
Mel Zimmerman of Superior Walls supplied his precast concrete foundation sections for the new crawl space and the team was amazed at how quickly it all came together. Before they could celebrate too much, they had to deal with more of the old house’s structural issues. A trip to Concord showed what could be done if you had deep enough pockets with the mind-blowing reconstruction of the old Stratton Tavern originally in Northfield, MA and relocated piece by piece to the new Concord site. The owner was only identified as Anna, but Brian Cooper was the remarkable restoration contractor who took great pains to make the new look old. While the cost must have been astronomical, for me this was one of the more memorable places ever shown on TOH, and I would love to learn more about it, but information about it is remarkably elusive.
The mysterious Anna and contractor Brian
New addition off the back attached to a reconstructed 18th century addition
The reconstructed Stratton Tavern and new additions in Concord
The original Stratton Tavern before relocation
Framing of the new addition moved quickly even with a gigantic steel beam needing to go down the center of the first floor ceiling, and soon the new spaces began to take shape. A bit of a cloud appeared when one of the Maitland children showed an elevated level of lead in the blood, leading to an analysis of lead paint in the old house. Isolated sections inside were found to have elevated levels of lead although most did not, but all of the windows on the exterior were far above limits. Meanwhile more good intentions vanished as Tom decided to demolish the back corner of the old house, saying correctly that there was nothing to save. Quickly, new Andersen windows went in, the new stairs to the second floor were built, and rotted beams in the second floor ceiling were replaced with more new structure. In what must have been a slow period for the project, Norm took a lengthy visit to the Porter-Cable tool factory in Tennessee, which must have paid for a lot of biscuit joiners. Tom even made use of one of those in trimming windows.
The heretofore largely mute Charlie Silva made one of his first on-screen speaking performances on this project, still sounding exactly like he does today. Tom demonstrated his famous swinging story pole trick to get the clapboard spacing correct, an early example of his ingenuity in construction. An tour of the new MBR space showed an area that didn’t seem overly generous and had the typical TOH phone booth shower stall, but it was certainly an upgrade over what the Maitlands had previously. Because of the lead paint issues, the homeowners decided to replace all 27 windows in the old parts of the house with new modern replacements, a decision that would have budget implications far beyond the windows themselves. Meanwhile the apparently accidental discovery of an old well led to that being recommissioned for irrigation purposes. Glenn Berger returned as kitchen designer, this time dealing with high-end Kennebec Company cabinetry for the new kitchen. Sima insisted on cherry.
When replacement of the old windows began, all good budget intentions quickly went out the windows. The installation of them was expensive in itself, with the original clapboards needing to be laboriously trimmed to fit the new exterior trim. On the front of the house, Norm found the clapboards there in such bad shape thanks to their southern exposure that the decision was made to scrap them all and replace with new. When that was begun, more major structural problems were discovered, with rotted sills and posts galore, which explained the bulge in that wall that was noted in the first episode. The old sheathing under the clapboards was stripped off to reveal problems with rot and damage in the wall structure along with very questionable building methods, all of which required more jacking of the house to fix. Bee nests were found in the blown-in cellulose insulation which would also need to be replaced, something I found odd given that cellulose is usually treated to resist insects. Even with the repairs being done, the front wall would continue to lean back about 4”, something that they just could not fix, and they had to stop short of replacing all the sills due to cost. Tom noted that at this stage the budget had increased to $195,000 given all the changes and surprises. At least the TOH requisite central vacuum system was donated by Vacuflo, saving the homeowners $1000.
Meanwhile the Maitlands wanted a new exterior paint scheme, so Steve visited Deerfield MA with architectural conservator Bill Flynt to look at various preserved examples of 18th-century homes, along with providing some history of the community in those times, an interesting segment. In the end, the Maitlands decided upon a pumpkin color that they saw on a house in a nearby town, with trim in a straw shade. Roger Cook and his crew arrived to install some drainage around the perimeter of the house, build a walkway to the mud room entrance, and re-do the lawn using a hydroseeding contractor. The homeowners also decided to replace the roof shingles on the original part of the house to match those used on the addition, which Tom said required lots of work to repair the rot in the roof sheathing first. Stephen Roy, a preservation stonemason, declared the existing fireplaces to be in mostly good shape aside from the one in the old kitchen needing some repair, but found that the exposed part of the chimney stack above the roof needed to be rebuilt as it had been subject to improper repairs some time earlier, a job he estimated at $5000. Lenny Belliveau built an elaborate staging to take down the old 5-flue chimney to a level just below the roofline and then reconstruct it with new brick.
Lenny Belliveau and his staging (below)
Electrician Paul Kennedy was back on the project, and he was not a big fan of the steel studs Tom used in some of the new portions of the house. The costs were adding up fast, but luckily the Maitlands got a break on the then-new type of spray foam insulation from Insealators which was featured as a donation. Architect Chris Dallmus enlisted Norm and his workshop to build a new, though now mostly ceremonial, front entrance inspired by examples found in the area. Sima wanted old-style wood floors in her new kitchen, and Norm visited North Fields Restorations in New Hampshire, a recycler of old buildings and their materials, to see what they could supply and found the perfect old pine for the job. Once Lenny was finished rebuilding the chimney top, Rich, Steve, and Bobby from Trethewey Bros. installed a stainless flexible flue liner to solve condensation problems and provide for safe operation of the furnace.
Sima selected slate bathroom floor tile sourced from the now-defunct Shep Brown Associates and Mark, Joe and Chuck of Ferrante Bros. did the installation. Joe was frustrated with the time involved in grouting the uneven slates, which looked like a pain. Jeff Hosking was back to install the antique (and magnificent-looking) antique pine floors in the new addition, at a staggering 1994 cost of about $20 per sq. ft. A boo-boo occurred when Terry, following a tip from Norm, visited a twin to his house that had its dining room ceiling exposed to the upstairs floor and beams by its owners, which not only added some much-needed headroom but also gave a look he envied. He decided to do the same at his house, but when they removed the ceiling, they found a bit of a mess with hacked-up joists and a disfigured summer beam, so it was back to the drawing board and another budget hit.
The new entry door built by Norm and Tom encountered problems upon installation since the front wall of the house was leaning back so severely, leading them to build a subframe behind it that partly compensated for the angle. The Kennebec Company cherry cabinets were beautiful with a satin finish, and the Glenn Berger layout seemed ideal, although they used an unusual mix of stone and laminate for the counters. Steve visited the cabinet factory in Bath, ME for a tour in return for their donation. As finishes began to be revealed, the requisite TOH phone booth shower was seen in the MBR bathroom and we saw Rich install yet another toilet. Tom replaced the DR ceiling that was torn down and it looked good, but he did sound a note of caution about the costs of everything – each of the 27 original windows that were replaced cost about $800 once new trim and wall repairs were taken into account, and Terry revealed that when counting the $120,000 in donations, the total cost of the project was over $300,000, a sum that would be more than double that today. Hopefully he had a good tax accountant to minimize his tax liability on that donation amount. Thankfully the expensive brass Baldwin door hardware was part of those donations thanks to a factory visit feature.
The last 2 of the total 18 episodes of the project felt a little strange, with the usual somewhat dragged-out pieces with interior designers and decorative painters, but also some somewhat jarring segments. After not seeing them for the entire project, both landscape designer Tom Wirth and lighting expert Melissa Guenet showed up in the final episode to play catch-up. Even more jarring was an exterior walkaround with Tommy and Norm that was all about what was left undone. Major (and according to the way they delivered the message, urgent) work was needed on the rest of the sills and bearing structures below the old house to keep it from continuing to sag and twist, and the old cow barn, which we had only seen from a distance previously, was deemed by Tom to be dangerously unsupported and so unsafe that it shouldn’t even be walked into, and needed to be taken down. All in all, a bit of a down note. A walkthough of the finished spaces was more upbeat, with the remains of the old kitchen now being a rather cozy sitting area, the old upstairs bath now brought up to date, the surprisingly small-looking MBR space being pleasant enough albeit over-decorated, and the new kitchen and family room being apparently what was asked for, though it was hard to tell given the crush of people occupying it during the wrap party. We did not see what happened to some of the other old spaces in the original house, likely because that had not been determined at that point.
The finished project circa 1995
The Maitlands have continued to live in the house ever since, and hopefully those urgent needs have been taken care of. I liked them as homeowners, and I enjoyed the project for the most part, particularly for seeing the repair work that Tom and Norm undertook on the horrible structural problems. It’s the kind of thing we generally don’t see on the show these days, and the project helped illustrate the money pit that a very old house can become.
2023.03.21 16:08 FlyWithSeedyL Release Notes - Sim Update 12 [22.214.171.124] Available Now
2023.03.21 13:11 ohdnewjersey123 Stay Cool in Fort Myers with Caloosa Cooling's Best AC Installation Services
Caloosa Cooling provides the best AC installation services in Fort Myers, Florida. Their team of experienced technicians ensures efficient installation, accurate sizing, and proper ductwork to guarantee maximum comfort and energy savings. They also offer affordable pricing and exceptional customer service.submitted by ohdnewjersey123 to coolingcaloosa [link] [comments]
2023.03.21 13:08 sickappliances4 Efficient Refrigerator Repair Services in Bonita Springs - Sick Appliances
Is your refrigerator not functioning properly? Contact sick appliances for quick and reliable refrigerator repair services in Bonita Springs. Our team of skilled technicians can diagnose and fix any issue with your refrigerator. We offer affordable and efficient solutions that will get your refrigerator running smoothly again in no time. Contact us today for a hassle-free repair experience.submitted by sickappliances4 to u/sickappliances4 [link] [comments]
Refrigerator Repair Services in Bonita Springs
2023.03.21 12:20 DR2L1X2681 Finally just got one!
|submitted by DR2L1X2681 to pokemongobrag [link] [comments]|
2023.03.21 09:31 WiseCleaner_fr 2 méthodes pour créer un rappel d'événement dans Windows 11
https://preview.redd.it/kklag7j9z1pa1.png?width=1900&format=png&auto=webp&s=c14d0046a8512c5ca2700fbf6bf8845b607722a1submitted by WiseCleaner_fr to WiseCleanerFrance [link] [comments]
Référence : https://www.wisecleaner.com/fhow-to/1-deux-m%C3%A9thodes-pour-cr%C3%A9er-un-rappel-d'%C3%A9v%C3%A9nement-dans-windows-11.html
Il doit y avoir de nombreux moments importants dans la vie que vous ne voulez pas manquer, que ce soit dans la vie ou au travail : aller skier avec des amis le week-end ; envoyer par e-mail le rapport hebdomadaire au directeur tous les lundis à 10 heures ; un jour dans trois mois, c'est le mariage de mon camarade de jeu d'enfance ; chaque année, il y a un jour spécial pour envoyer de précieux vœux d'anniversaire au meilleur ami. Toutes les personnes n'ont pas des mémoires super fortes, c'est normal et commun. Il est particulièrement nécessaire de savoir comment programmer des rappels pour organiser le temps de manière raisonnable.
Créer un événement dans Wise ReminderWise Reminder est un logiciel gratuit de rappel d'événements développé par WiseCleaner pour vous aider à planifier et à vous rappeler toutes les choses que vous devez faire dans votre vie quotidienne. Il vous suffit d'écrire une description de ce que vous voulez accomplir et de fixer une heure pour être rappelé, puis vous ne manquerez rien.
Étape 1. Téléchargez et installez Wise ReminderTéléchargez Wise Reminder depuis le site officiel de WiseCleaner https:/www.wisecleaner.com/. Cela ne prend que quelques secondes, car le paquet de données APP est très petit, seulement quelques mégaoctets.
Après avoir téléchargé, trouvez le fichier d'installation , double-cliquez dessus, puis le programme d'installation démarrera automatiquement et vous guidera tout au long du reste du processus d'installation.
Étape 2. Créez une nouvelle tâche dans Wise ReminderAprès avoir lancé Wise Reminder, vous verrez un gros bouton Ajoute dans le coin supérieur droit, cliquez dessus pour définir une tâche de rappel.
Après avoir effectué tous les réglages, cliquez sur le bouton de Enregistrer pour enregistrer et lancer la tâche, vous pouvez voir le temps restant du rappel de temps.
Ajouter un événement dans le calendrier de Windows 11Calendrier est une application non système préinstallée de Windows, ce qui signifie que vous n'avez pas besoin de la télécharger et de l'installer.
Étape 1. Ouvrez Calendrier.Ouvrez Calendrier dans Démarrage -> Toutes les applications -> Calendrier.
Étape 2. Éditez les évènementsSélectionnez la date et ajoutez les évènements
Vous pouvez également cliquer sur Autres détails pour définir plus de détails, tels que l'heure spécifique du rappel, la répétition ou non du rappel, la personne, etc. Après avoir rempli les informations, cliquez sur Enregistrer.
Étape 3. DéfinissezDéfinissez le statut du calendrier pour les rappels.
Après avoir programmé，le calendrier vous alertera à l'heure que vous avez fixée.
Comparaison de Wise Reminder et Windows Calendar ReminderSi on compare Wise Reminder et Calendrier de Windows, les deux ont leurs avantages. En termes de fonction, les deux peuvent réaliser la fonction de rappel d'événements. Du point de vue de l'expérience d'utilisation, les deux présentent des sentiments différents. Vous trouverez ci-dessous une comparaison des avantages de Wise Reminder et Calendrier de Windows.
Wise Reminder se concentre à offrir aux utilisateurs des rappels d'événements de haute qualité pour les aider à organiser leur temps et à améliorer leur productivité. Wise Reminder est une liste de tous les rappels d'événements. Les utilisateurs peuvent voir plus intuitivement ce qu'ils sont sur le point de faire. Dans cette liste, les utilisateurs peuvent voir le temps restant pour chaque rappel d'événement. Les utilisateurs peuvent prendre des décisions correctes, raisonnables et efficaces en estimant le temps restant.
Wise Reminder présente deux avantages par rapport aux rappels de Calendrier du système Windows. En raison des limitations du calendrier, deux rappels peuvent être séparés par une grande distance. Il ne peut pas offrir un aperçu intuitif. Bien sûr, les rappels du calendrier du système Windows ont aussi leurs propres avantages. Lors du réglage des détails, les utilisateurs peuvent définir des regroupements pour leurs propres événements. Les utilisateurs peuvent décider de modifier le calendrier en fonction de l'importance des rappels d'événements.
Choisissez ce qui vous convient le mieux et s'adapte à votre style de vie !