How can I set my computer up to record a live video on the Internet? Thanks!
For those of us old farts who were around for Mt. St. Helens' big giant fart 30 years ago - where were you, and how were you affected by it?
I remember hearing about it when I was at my grandfather's house in Pittsburgh, and at that time had an obsession with the Pacific Northwest. I thought the volcano was going to destroy Portland....
Spell check and google are failing me here. Perhaps someone can help me find the correct spelling of a word here...
It's similar to aesthetic, but means a person who gave up all of their wordly goods to wander the forest in search of enlightenment. I can't seem to find the correct spelling for the life of me and it's driving me mad! I need it for a paper I'm writing!
I'd like to know if anyone has any recommendations on the cheapest place to get a bunch of medium to large rubbermaid-type storage boxes (with lids). I need to put a bunch of stuff in storage & need something sturdy for heavy pots & pans, old photographs, paperwork, camping gear, etc.
I had a bunch of stuff that was damaged in my basement recently when it leaked. So, as much as I hate buying new plastic, I am looking for something that will protect my belongings.
I know that Fred Meyer has them. But I'm wondering if there might be someplace cheaper to aquire a few. When I looked on Craigslist in the past there weren't any for sale. Any other ideas?
For the record I'm opposed to the hard plastic, sterlite brand. I had one containing old journals that cracked & fell apart after a few years. I know plastic tends to degrade over time. Some appear to break down faster than others. I'd like something that will last longer & can be reused later. If you have particular knowledge about which types of plastic are more durable or which brands are longer-lasting (Rubbermaid perhaps?) please let me know! =)
I want to cruise in and out of as many as possible.
I know Alley is having one at the Forestry Center at 6pm, in Washington Park... where are the others?!
Anybody looking to sell their monthly pass? PM me por favor.
i have some friends in town who would love to tour an oregon winery. i know nothing about wine, but i heard that it's not "wine season" quite yet. is this true? are there some wineries nearby that are open & offer (wine-tasting) tours? tell me about 'em. (full disclosure: these friends are my s.o.'s parents, so i'd like to impress them if possible.)