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moe ghoul

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    Philly, PA/Jeffersonville, VT

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  1. I have a stone bed out front with a round flower bed in the middle. I dump rock salt on the stones and it keeps the weeds out for 3 months or longer. Safer and cheaper than roundup.
  2. Days will start getting shorter next Friday, we're marking the event with Dead & Co at the BBT pavillion next Thursday night. Been super busy pimping the house and landscape for listing which should happen the 2nd week of July after some carpeting and flooring installation which I'm having done after we move out. We'll be pulling out of Philly July 4, spending the night at the Homewood suites in Newburgh and arriving in VT on the 5th. Got 2 guys to unload the truck on the 6th. What's that have to do with ski season? After I booked the Homewood reservation (Hilton property) they wrangled me into their Points program and I got 4 days, 3 nites at the Sunrise lodge in Park City for 350$, 5500 points and another $200 towards a room after I sit through a 2 hour time share presentation. No blackout period so I'm looking to book mid march. I can ski Park City and Sno Basin on the epic pass. Gonna be deeeeeeeep......
  3. If you have access to a soil line in the basement or some discharge pipe, Hammacher Schlemmer has a dehumidifier that pumps the water out so one never has to empty the bucket. I don't have a sump pump in the basement, so this is a good option if you are away from the house for extended periods of time during the swampy season.
  4. Pre-season and spring are always a good time.
  5. yup. these are the ones that operate up to -32 below zero efficiently heatwise. They also garnered the most rebates from the dealer, state and the electric company as well. Getting close to $700 back. My beef with the installation has to do with the footings for the stands outside. The lack of footings is a better description. They make little pyramid shaped piles of stone and set the stand on that. WTF. I considered mounting them on the foundation outside, but the dealer cautioned that we might hear the vibration through the walls. Oh, so they vibrate? And you want to put the stand on top of a pile of pebbles? So, I yanked some pavers out of the driveway and told them to reinstall with the pavers. I've run both the heat and the A/C and they seem to do the job.
  6. I had 2 Mitsubishi electric Heater/AC/Dehumidifier units installed last week. Should be able to keep the house comfortable if we get another swampy scorcher like last summer. Having the option to run dehumidification only wil prolly do the trick most days.
  7. Solid trip so far. The dood would approve.
  8. Jay delivered close to six inches for yesterday's open and a corny, mashy blue sky day today. Winning. Tram pic and my buddy Jack.
  9. Shot at 6-10" overnight at Jay. Heading up there in the AM, Wed as well. Law school buddy and his daughter are coming in for a few days. She's visiting UVM and we'll get a chance to ski some deepness. Snowing here at the house. Mercy!!!!
  10. Corn Horn will be blowing up here on Saturday, with a high of 60. It was 27' when I took those pix this AM. 25' currently.
  11. A few pix from today.
  12. 3" of fresh at the open. 6 cars in the upper lot when I pulled in.
  13. No and no and not yet. House gets listed for sale in a coupla months once I get a few things done to it. We're heading back to PA in a coupla weeks. Smuggs is open this week, then closes weekdays next week and re-opens for the final weekend with the 21st as the last day. We'll be heading back around the 25th. Going out west is just a dream for me.
  14. Got almost 3" overnight and it started snowing again. Powdery goodness to boot!
  15. snowing steady with a coupla inches down already.
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