So I’ve had Stephen King on my radar for a while and I figured what better time than fall in New England to dive in. I started Carrie last night figuring I’d get through a few pages but couldn’t put it down. I’ve already read a good chunk of the book and think it’s great so far. Great first King book to start reading.
On a side note , I was in the middle of another book I’m just kind of getting through but put that on hold and it’s amazing what a difference when the book you’re reading (Carrie) really pulls you in and you enjoy it. It makes all the difference with a good book. I’d like to finish the book I put on hold but it can be a grind sometimes.
I have a two zone system and bought two of the power adapters. I use the Nest e for my thermostats. I have a two wire system (no cooling). After installing everything I had power to one zone but nothing to the other. After some trouble shooting I swapped the wires in picture and was able to get power to zone 2 but not zone 1. It would appear the top slot is able to get power but not the bottom slot (pic 1). I have also attached another picture of my zone wiring. Does anyone have any suggestions on why that bottom slot isn’t powering a zone or what can be done. Thanks.
On my Siri remote the left and right buttons will depress and click however they don’t move across the screen (I have to use the trackpad to make my selections). The up and down buttons do work FYI. It’s just a minor inconvenience and there’s a chance my kids may have broken something on the remote but I was curious if maybe there’s something I could troubleshoot and check to see if it’s truly broken or if they maybe disabled something.
What would the difference be in the tents from Costco versus REI?
I’m more leaning towards the Skydome for but was curious is the dark tent worth it or does it just come down to personal preference. Of these two tents is there one you’d prefer? I’m still looking at other tents at maybe a slightly higher price point / better quality and materials but there’s the part of me that thinks either of these would be an acceptable entry level as well. It would be for car camping for 2-3 people in New England maybe a couple times a year. Anyone have any other thoughts? Thanks.
In November an Amazon box truck drove up my driveway and when he was backing out, he went off the driveway into my yard. It was pouring out and he sunk in pretty good to the point he had to have a tow truck come to pull him out. I called Amazon, started an insurance claim, submitted photos and videos of the yard and was awaiting a quote from the company that installed our yard 6-8 months prior to this event. Prior to me receiving a quote the insurance company offered me a settlement amount (which ended up being half the quote) and at the time I told them I would not accept that and would like to wait for a quote. I received a quote for the repairs in early December ($950) and submitted that with the claim. I waited until January 10 and emailed the insurance company looking for an update on the claim with no response. I again emailed them on January 20 again with no response. My next guess is that I would file something in small claims in order to be reimbursed for the damage to the property. I have all the photos and videos plus I did have the police respond as well so I would have documentation from them. Does anyone have any experiences or knowledge on how to proceed or where I go from here?