Clutching the steering wheel, I slowly and gradually drove up the icy ramp, wholly relying on the little yellow reflectors shimmering in the glare of the car’s headlights. Ultimately back on the freeway, we ongoing the treacherous journey, driving at a snail’s pace for the longest time.
It is to the shame of major automobile manufacturers that they are reticent, downright unwilling, to include a water unit as an option, let alone as standard. What disgusts many people is that it costs less than $140 to make one yourself, so mass produced, they would probably only amount to $60 each. That is negligible in a car costing thousands of dollars.
If carving a soap pig is not for you, take a moment to watch a hog being butchered. Several times a day, a demonstration is available to learn more about the various cuts of pork. The production of lard and cracklins is also demonstrated. A sample of cracklins are available following the presentation or in the Country Store.
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure, right? Just make sure you don’t create a pile of “treasure” that you can’t maintain. You’re in the junk hauling business to dispose of items, not hoard them. So be selective in what you choose to keep, if anything.
Every product you use is dependent on oil. The foods you eat comes from a farm that needs oil for its harvesters. The crops are nourished by oil based fertilizers and insecticides. It takes lots of oil to manufacture food packaging machinery and paper containers. Refrigerated el compadre trucks are needed to get food to the markets. Some have to travel over a thousand miles and use many tanks of diesel fuel in order to feed us. Oil is as important as our blood because we have lost the ability to live without it.
Second, it can help save money. If you will compute the amount of money that you will use when you do it yourself, you will probably be shocked because hiring a removal company is cheaper. Also, you can make sure that all the money you paid worth it because they are professionals when it comes to moving items.
A crowded field of 17 in the Hornet Feature saw Lance Chapman jump out to an early lead, with Amy Norton and Ashley Shrum close behind. Mason Maas slowly worked his way up, moving into second place by lap 8. Chapman and Maas would run side by side as Norton tried to hold onto third. By lap 15 Maas had taken a lead he never gave up, leaving second place to Chapman.