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This is a pretty handy thing to have if your power/water goes out during an emergency.
Since we’re on a well, my power = water.
They sell pre-made seats for buckets so you don’t need a foam noodle to sit on:
Peat moss or kitty litter is another way to keep things under control in the bottom of the bucket.
The foam noodle could be a “floatie.” Maybe that’s a bad context for that term.
We need Compos Mentis’s take on this.
Tushar, I’m living pretty close to you for a few months. Have you heard of any moron meet ups?
Sobek, they hold something in northern virginia with some regularity. And something in northern New Jersey once in a while. I will keep an eye out.
Where exactly are you? If you are within driving distance, we can break bread together.
For Indian food, anywhere is within driving distance (except for India – my car rental people would probably have an issue with that).
I’m near Dulles, I guess. I really don’t know the geography around here.
From the very scant understanding I had about Tushar’s whereabouts, I don’t think Dulles is very close.
Sobek, I am about 240 miles away. But I will probably be in Virginia for a week in Oct, where my wife will attend a conference with one kid in tow, and I will be basically goofing off with the other kid. We can meet then.
I have your phone number- area code from our largest westerly state, and ends in number 9. Is that still accurate?
That’s still my number. Keep in mind, when you live in California, everything on the east coast is close together.
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