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Ex-Prison Chief: Taking Lights From House 'Terrible Mistake'
Now a judge is set to decide whether to revoke his bail and put him behind bars because of some outdoor lights he took from a home he forfeited. The five lights and a control box are worth less than $1,000. U.S. marshals took Christopher Epps into
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Our DecoLights Clear Tube Lights have 216 super bright lights inside 18 feet of flexible clear tubing. You can connect up to 16 sets together, giving you almost 300 feet of lights! Perfect for indoor or outdoor decorating! Can be left up long-term. Creative Installation Instructions: 1. Mount on poles, fences, steel bars or your own sculpted wire framework. 2. Mount around doors, windows and porches. Fix mounting clips with nails on wooden surface, or with glue or double-sided tape on smooth metal surface according to your own design. Press Tube Lights into the mounting clips. 3. Create artistic sculptures. Use ties against fences or mesh. Sketch your design on paper at actual size. Put pattern under the fence or net and fix Tube Lights on with tie straps according to your design. 4. Line your walkways and driveway. Use lawn stakes (not included) to hold Tube Lights in place. Please Note: The light tubes should not be cut, spliced or joined together with wire nuts. A polarized plug will ensure that the connectors are hooked up correctly. Do not plug up the tubing while rolled up or coiled in the package and finally do not cross the tubing more than 4 times for maximum safety.
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Features: Square Shaped Glass Shade Fixture Directs Illumination In a Downward Direction Damp Location Use Specifications: Number of Bulbs: 2 Bulb Base: Medium (E26) Bulb Type: Incandescent or Fluorescent Bulb Included: No Watts Per Bulb: 60 Wattage: 120 Height: 6.8125 Width: 9 Shade Height: 5.3125 Shade Width: 5.625 Wire Length: 8 Lamping Technology: Bulb Base - Medium (E26): The E26 (Edison 26mm), Medium Edison Screw, is the standard bulb used in 120-Volt applications in North America. E26 is the most common bulb type and is generally interchangeable with E27 bulbs. Compatible Bulb Types: Nearly all bulb types can be found for the E26 Medium Base, options include Incandescent, Fluorescent, LED, Halogen, and Xenon / Krypton. Dimensions: Height: 6.813 Width: 9 (measured from furthest point left to furthest point right on fixture) Electrical Specifications: Bulb Base: Medium (E26) Bulb Included: No Bulb Type: Incandescent Number of Bulbs: 2 Watts Per Bulb: 60 Wattage: 120 Voltage: 120v Compliance: ETL Listed - Indicates whether a product meets standards and compliance guidelines set by Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory(NRTL). This listing determines what types of rooms or environments a product can be used in safely. UL Listed - Indicates whether a product meets standards and compliance guidelines set by Underwriters Laboratories. This listing determines what types of rooms or environments a product can be used in safely.
Easy X10 Projects for Creating a Smart Home
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Provides instructions on utilising the X10 technology to automate the areas of your home, with components found at your local home improvement centre. This book addresses the interfacing of your personal computer, wireless controls, and voice controls. Topics addressed include: Lights; Security Systems; HVAC; Voice Control Systems; and more.
Our New England Road Trip continues in this next installment and it's the most scenic one. We will be driving from North Conway and the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire all the way to Burlington in Vermont, and see some surprises along the way. As you will see we had some rain on this day. We did see a lot though. From the early start in North Conway, to the wonders of a fall forest, Vermont's hills, Montpelier, Stowe and lastly Burlington, where we spent the night. So come along and join us for a scenic drive. North Conway came as a discovery to me. Initially we were supposed to spend the night in Portland (and had a motel booked, which we had to cancel, free of charge luckily), but as plans shifted I realized that we had a short drive one day, and a... Once we discovered the outlet mall in North Conway we knew it was the perfect place to sleep in. We got ready and headed out for breakfast. Once again we got served home fries for breakfast which is very unusual for us, but it was great nonetheless. It was time to move on. We had a longer drive today and lots to see. We tanked gas and drove towards the White Mountain National Forest. One of the great sights in New England were covered bridges. The one we saw just outside of North Conway was actually a gift shop, but we did stop anyway and took some pictures and headed inside to see what was on display. Probably the most colorful sights of our trip were in the White Mountain National Forest. While often casually referred to as a park, this is a National Forest, used not only for hiking, camping, and skiing, but for logging and other limited commercial purposes. The forest is the only National Forest located in either New Hampshire or Maine. Most of the major peaks over 4,000 feet high for peak-bagging in New Hampshire are located in the National Forest. Over 100 miles (160 km) of the Appalachian Trail traverses here as well. Because of its beauty, its proximity to major metropolitan areas, its 1,200 miles (1,900 km) of hiking trails, 23 campgrounds, and the presence of a large number of ski areas within or near its boundaries, the White Mountain National Forest is one... We found a resting area and parked the car. Wild mountains, hiking paths, forests. The place is Crawford Notch State Park. We couldn't just stay at the parking lot. After the car was locked, a narrow walking path took us across the nearby pond and into the fall colored forest. The trails lead much deeper into the woods, we only stayed at the entrance, since we were restricted with time, but were also without hiking gear. We made a lot of images here, only some of which I can post here, otherwise the post would contain hundreds of images. I do hope to show you the outtakes as well one day. We had lunch in Montpelier, which is the state capital of Vermont. Unfortunately the rain stopped us from really exploring the town. One interesting fact about Montpelier is that it's the smallest state capital of any US State. It's much like any other small New England town. Still we had a great time here and an amazing lunch at the Down Home Kitchen restaurant. The most interesting sight of Montpelier is the State Capitol which is the legislative building. Next up was the charming (I'm fully aware that I'm using the word too much, but everything truly was charming, so I have to repeat it :) town Stowe. It's only a 40 minute drive from Burlington. Stowe is host to arts and crafts shows, a balloon festival, and many other special events. The weekend-long British Invasion event is held annually in Stowe during the third week of September. The Stowe Theater Guild, along with Hyde Park Opera House, and the Waterbury Festival Players, offer theatrical productions each summer. Again, the rain on this day hindered me from really exploring the town, but I still got out of the car and took some photos. Burlington, although a student city (it is home to the University of Vermont and Champlain College, a small private college), isn't really that cheap which surprised me since all the other towns were relatively affordable. Still the city is really great, especially the Church Street.
One Shot Smokin', Huntin' and Fishin' Outdoor Cookin' Sauce! (bourbon, brown sugar, cayenne, celery seed, chilies, mustard, garlic, cumin, liquid smoke flavoring, vegetable oil, peach jam, salt, ketchup, worcestershire sauce)
Lion House Dinner Rolls (flour, butter, yeast, eggs, milk powder, salt, sugar, water)
Almost Waffle House Hash Browns (ham, hash brown, margarine, onions, black pepper, salt)
Haunted Gingerbread House (licorice, candy corn, apple, food coloring, marshmallow, sugar)
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Product Features Light uses a 60-watt medium base incandescent lamp and is rated for 120-volts
Amazon.com: Outdoor House Lights
Product Features Requires one 100 W Type A bulb per light (accepts CFL and LED) - not included
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