Almost nothing I had at the start is needed. I brought traction devices expecting a bit of ice but it was pretty clear.
Not sure your location but these are great resources:
They let you filter by location, difficulty, and length.
On a busy trail you'll be fine with some basic athletic shoes and a bottle of water. After a few small hikes on popular trails you'll have a good idea of what you need. The link in the other comment is a good reference. You don't need to go overboard to get started.
I used this when I moved to fill some holes, was pretty un noticeable unless you were really looking and took a few Mins. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00UY39TZ0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_MVHVA602DMD7VQD3AKA7?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Uh, I'm not sure how much light you guys would need but we're definitely not some spooky club(don't let the terrible pop music fool you). One corner always faces the sun it seems like and has floor to ceiling windows so daytime is pretty awesome. Night time we keep things pretty well lit, no dedicated table lamps, there's really no need for our current purposes, but lots of outlets for things like that should the need arise. In my very limited experience with Panera I'd say we have a brighter setting; our facebook page has a few pictures without flash if that might help you. Sorry I'm suck with descriptions :( If it looks like it might be what you guys need we might be able to set up additional discounts or something cool for you, depending on how often you meet up.
If 6-year-olds are allowed to have smartphones (costing hundreds of dollars) to download an app that is rated for Everyone 10+, then I do wonder about the future.
If you want something closer by, get Urban Trails - East Side.
When I first moved here 14 yrs ago, I bought several of Craig Romano's books and it was a great introduction and way to familiarize myself with the trails all over Washington.
A little different but we got these gym floor matsto cover our workout room, maybe that could work for your purpose?
I used to trail run PooPoo trail last summer for stamina training. It's around 8 miles and 2000+ elevation. It is not a high trafficked trail as some may believe. There is another shorter route to PooPoo, which is what most people take.
I tried asking around a couple years ago and nobody I could find in this area offered such a service. If you are going to store them either at home or in a storage service, I highly recommend you store them on a dolly so it’s easier to move them around.
MaxxHaul 80746 Tire Dolly, 300 lb. Capacity https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0753PNNS8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_64ZCCM966R29H9TRHF7E?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Found a more recent article that includes a statement from and Amazon spokesperson about the change: http://www.geekwire.com/2015/amazonfresh-pushes-back-deadline-for-prime-members-to-upgrade-to-299year-grocery-membership/
> “Prime members in Seattle, New York metro and Philadelphia metro can use the service for free through the end of June 2015. After that, customers will be able to sign up for Prime Fresh if they would like to continue using the service.”
so your best option is probably just to ride on 8th - is's only a couple of miles and really only one hill. (I haven't ridden from crossroads for a while but I think there is a bike lane on 8th.)
Here are a couple of other possibilities:
If your windows face west or south, keep them closed unless it's dark outside, and keep them as blacked out as possible during the day. If your windows face north or east, you might be able to keep them open in the afternoon and let air in. I also have 3 of these to move cooler air into hotter areas. They help a ton.
No, T-Mobile 4g LTE. Notice my wifi signal indicator is not on? aah, but my hotspot was on. that’s probably what confused you.
Here’s one from just now, 6:48am Tuesday morning, 02/21/2017. http://imgur.com/CPSc4Rj
If you are network savvy, here’s a fantastic app for android that will help you decide who to go with in your area: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gyokovsolutions.gnettrackproplus&hl=en