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Location: Pulaski, Tennessee

Been an engineer for 40 years, always loved woodworking and building things. Also, design and cast custom jewelry. Plan to build an airplane and fly it some day; and build and learn to play a guitar or fiddle. I love camping, hiking, fishing, kayaking and bicycling. Way too many things on my list to ever get done.

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commented on Redecorating The Kitchen 05-15-2013 07:17 PM
started topic Faceframe cabinet question. 05-15-2013 06:56 PM
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started topic Why can't Shark Bite fittings be sold in California or Vermont? 06-21-2011 01:42 AM
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posted 08-09-2017 11:34 AM

Looking for apartments to rent in Ann Arbor Michigan can be extremely tedious and some might say soul destroying. Even if you are fortunate enough to see ‘apartment available’ signs, it doesn’t mean you will want to live in that area. After finding an available apartment for rent, you will realize that is not the end of the process.

The classifieds section of your local paper is still one of the best places to look for accommodation. In the classifieds section, you will find information about the number of bedrooms and of the rpm (rental per calendar month) but there won’t be any images. Fortunately, local classifieds have cheaper advertising rates than the nationals, so there will be more off campus accommodation to choose from which should make the process a little easier.

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