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post #52 of Old 11-16-2009
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Just discovered Quinoa

Bob's Red Mill Organic Grain Quinoa, 26-Ounce Packages (Pack of 4): Grocery

It's real good bachelor chow, this stuff outrices rice as far as flavor and is a good source of protein with the right amino acid balance.

Being spoiled with pressure water, I got my first faucet filter. After a few weeks of using it, I say, screw pitcher filters.

Just because I have 30 amps shore power doesn't mean I can run it all through one gfci outlet.

I'm thinking about putting down some cork floor and got some samples Wicanders Seville XTEC Cork Flooring Sample, Marble: Home Improvement
Not impressed. It's fiberboard sandwiched between two layers of cork. Too rigid and i can imagine a lot of water wicking. This search continues. I'm inspired by Rikki-tikki-tavi... The Cork Floor and may use their source.

I've developed an approach to varnishing the interior of a boat I live on. Do it before I go on vacation.

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