Luray is great! Did this and got an AWESOME Air B&B for the trip--turned out the spot we rented used to be a B&B and we'd rented the whole thing! twas baller!
AIR B&B link to place we stayed: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/10115992
Podcasts aren't really exclusive to particular platforms. I mean, you probably could do it that way – but the standard approach is to publish it on all of the major platforms (Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, etc.) That way, anyone can easily listen to it, regardless of what platform they happen to use.
Of course, you don't want to do this manually every time you release a new episode – so there are services that will do it automatically for you. This is how most podcasts are doing it. Some quick Googling for "podcast distribution" turned up one called Buzzsprout, which looks like one worth checking out. (I am only passingly familiar with them, and am not affiliated. There are plenty of others.)
Sometimes I will use GrubHub. The wait times can be a little hefty and sometimes you might have to pay for the delivery if you can't meet the minimum. But they still deliver more than a few types of restaurants.
We have a discord channel where we talk about what we are playing currently. The meetup.com group is where we schedule the brewery meetups. If you are interested, sign up on Meetup, it's free and the rest of the info is there. We are a 21+ group though. Our next Meetup is Dec 15th at Attaboy. They have non-alcoholic McCutcheon apple ciders there too.
Mysteries and Lore of Western Maryland is a great book to check out.
It's written by a librarian from Washington county and the writing and content is much better than what you find in most folklore/ghost story books.
Yep, I heard that too, but sometimes when you check for yourself you learn not to believe everthing you hear. The weather is wrong all the time. Right now 20% chance.
We bought some of those beeping-electronic deterrents for our yard like these: https://www.amazon.com/Livin-Well-Ultrasonic-Repeller-Stakes/dp/B08C56GM9J/
Do they work? Maybe.
I honestly don't remember. This looks like it, and I did buy it at Best Buy for about that price.
In addition to what everyone suggested already, there are several good hikes near where the Appalachian trail crosses I-70 in South Mountain. Annapolis Rock and black rock are both great lookout spots. That site I linked requires a registration for more detailed maps but it's free. Worth registering to find all of the local trails.
For an actual view of most of the city of Frederick, Gambrill State Park I think is the winner. There's a few parking areas very close to the various lookout points and several trails and hikes available too.
Glory Days in Frederick, MD
There's tons of roads surrounding Frederick that are great for cycling. Check RideWithGPS- you can search based on # of miles, elevation, etc. to find a bike course. If you pay for the service, you can get turn-by-turn directions, which is invaluable when you're riding.
Texas Roadhouse is doing a take home and bake yourself Prime Rib. I ordered the Thanksgiving dinner there and was pleasantly surprised so we ordered again for Easter. Best part of the meal is the bread and butter they have.
If you go to the Frederick County COVID-19 information page, there is a link on there to the Vaccine Interest Form. Fill that out and you get on the list.
Link to the main page: COVID-19 Vaccine | Frederick County Health Department, MD (frederickcountymd.gov)
Direct link to the form: COVID-19 Vaccine Interest Form (You must live or work in Frederick County to qualify.) (office.com)
Awesome! So from what I've reasearched Gigabit Pro with 2000mbps up and down is $300/month and a $1,000 fee to run the fiber. It sounds like yours is much less expensive.
Do you mind running a speedof.me test and sharing results? (obscure mac address)
Also, I'm on North Market between 9th and 12th, is it an issue getting service up here that you're aware of?
Thanks so much.
I'm ready. I even bought a new shirt for the occasion! :) https://www.amazon.com/Womens-Eastern-Brood-Magicicada-T-Shirt/dp/B0939Y5YX8
It’s on sale!
Knife Sharpening Stone Kit, Finew Professional Whetstone Sharpener Stone Set, Premium 4 Side Grit 400/1000 3000/8000 Water Stone, Non-slip Bamboo Base, Flatting Stone, Angle Guide and Leather Strop https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07S19MD44/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_ZSR79C0XKD47Y7E4J413?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Speaking from a physical therapy background, habitual body mechanics will save or break him. Maybe look into getting an ergonomic show shovel to help him (and you) out, that kind with the bend in it that allows you to stand more upright. I also found this guy with a 2nd handle that I'd never seen (or used) before. It should help him manage the load easier as long as he's trying to lift reasonable amounts. These recent snows have been pretty wet and heavy, so moving a lot of volume at once will not go well in the long run. Take breaks, keep breathing, share the work when possible. Safety first, y'know? I hope this all helps.
The only public one I know of is the one in Germantown. Lots of fun but I recommend getting there early, and I have no idea how they are affected by covid. There is also a fantastic playground nearby with a wooden play structure that looks like a castle (plus a sea monster and pirate ship). I’ve heard there is a splash park in Villages of Urbana for residents only.
If you have a backyard, there are a bunch of relatively cheap inflatable ones you can buy on Amazon. My first grader has been having a blast, the baby (almost 1) is scared of the water spraying out but will play in it if we turn it way down. splash pad
I have a cheap LED one going for $30. It works well and I don't need it since I upgraded to a premium projector.
This one throws approximately 80 X 54 inch display off 9.5 feet.
Heres the link
Mini Projector - Meyoung Portable LED LCD Projector, Full HD 1080P Supported, Compatible with PC, Mac, TV, DVD, iPad, SD, AV, HDMI, Home Theater & Outdoor Projector Gifts for Kids(Dark Grey) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XBTBM41/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_i_qs.UEbC2W8VV1
Please look at the pictures of the reviews on amazon to see what the display and the ACTUAL projector ( the image of the projector on the Amazon is wrong )
It does have its own speaker but it would be best to connect an external speaker.
I bought my own modem on Amazon years ago and never had an issue.
Specifically, this one.
Seems expensive, but it's cheaper than paying a rental fee every month in the long run. It's also the exact one they rent to you.
Depends on your area. According to the My Waste app, "my" area isn't scheduled until next week, which is what Frederick seems to use. I say that, since I'm not currently living there (long story I don't really want to get into), but it matches the manual calendar events I entered based on the year-long schedule I got back a while ago.
Some advantages of the app are reminders, things like X-mas tree pickups, etc. It'll show the holidays and offset pickup days as well...
All that being said, no holidays are showing up, so it might be a localized problem.
You could always buy an air fryer and seapak frozen coconut shrimp, for the long haul. Costco has a black&decker model for $100.
I have it in the attic, not outside.
RCA Compact Outdoor Yagi HDTV Antenna https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0024R4B5C/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_ju6-ub1VJPGEJ
Why were you overpricing everything? That Walking dead movie set cost less than 200$ used, and only 400$ brand new Also, just become something is old doesn't make it "Vintage" and so much more expensive.