In the process of remodeling our house, we've been given a large roll of carpet - big enough to put in our upstairs office. I've come to a dead end trying to find someone to install it. The places I've contacted want to sell me their carpet, then offer installation as well (fancy that). Anybody know of a general handyman or carpet installation person that will put in pre-purchased carpet? We'd still need to purchase padding that goes underneath.
We're in the Greenwood area.
(Checked the memories... didn't see much in the way of carpet-specific stuff.)
so, city search appears to be down at the moment, and i am in need of some help in finding a car wash somewhere around the u-district. it's okay if its a little bit out of the way as my car and a friends car are ridiculously dirty.
Looking for some special wardrobe for a shoot this Sunday for the "Blanks on a Blank" contest (blanksonablank.com). Anyone providing assistance will be included in the credits and will receive a copy of the finished film.
1. Two matching camouflage shirts/jackets as might be worn by soldiers in the field (can be hunting gear).
2. A "general's" uniform and hat - basically, a MacArthur-like hat and a military dress jacket.
3. Two cowboy hats, one white, one dark.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
Where is the best (cheapest) place in Seattle to get MiniDV tapes for digital camcorders? And extra battery packs and various other accessories?
$3,700, '95 Honda Shadow ACE VT1100 $3,700 Great!
30,000 miles, good mechanical condition, dirty.
Extras include: Forward controls, Windshield, Removable Cargo area.
Sale forced by loss of job, I love this bike.
Never wrecked, but was accidentally knocked over once and has some scrapes from that episode.
Any reasonable offer will be considered.
(I only came close to having gay sex on this bike, but I *did* seduce several people using it!)
i am moving from vermont to seattle in the fall - and am currently working as a PCA (personal care attendant) for an autistic child through a state funded group called ARIS. Basically it is a service provided by the state to give respite to families who have kids with disabilities - special learning needs. Is there something similar to this in washington?