11) The next step when you have finished completely with back washing is the last thing you do as you are getting ready to leave. Check the chemicals. Use your chemical test kit. Usually this is two or three parts. The average pool man uses 2 parts, using OTO and Phenol Red reagents (test chemicals).
Again, he readies six glasses of ice. This time he has more discerning clients to cater. From an open tin can, he picks out six short bamboo sticks and split ends them with his bare thumbs. Then he buries the upside Y-shape into the ice at the center of the glasses. Next he uses both the thumbs to simultaneously press down the mound of ice to force them to pack and bond around the bamboo stick. With unbelievable dexterity he turns the glass upside down. Holding the stick with his left hand, the way one would an umbrella, he gently pulls the glass off the top. A snow cone is born!
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Tom Daykin of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinal writes about Fritz Kreiss and Catherine McQueen whose room Green Leaf Inn in rural Delavan Wisc uses a wind Eleaf Kit turbine geothermal energy and solar power to produce a nonexistent carbon footprint.
Without missing a beat, for there is no one to clap for this street artiste, his right wrist twists the wrong way and grabs the neck of a bottle of concentrated syrup. Straightening his wrist so that the spout points down towards the cone, he gives the bottle a couple of measured shakes. This he does whilst tilting the cone on its horizontal axis and turning it slowly for uniform coverage. A burst of red splatters against the tiny packed ice crystals and buries itself under the skin of the cone. The bottle is replaced and the next onslaught comes with a dash of yellow, followed by green, followed by whatever color that comes up in a random pick. He inspects the cone critically to make sure that not a speck of crystal is left colorless – that would be unpardonable.
Ribbons can mimic stems for flowers too. Experiment with ribbon and twine and cord and leather. Try using netting or other pieces of material to add interest. Use a piece of material from a special dress or room furnishing to add value to the subject you are scrapping about. Use it as a background for a photo or gathered or tied or scrunched the choices are only Eleaf Mini limited by your imagination.
I spend the next two days up in the northwest of Costa Rica, dry flatlands where they ranch cattle. I phone ahead to a cattle-ranch-turned-lodge inside a national park, and hand over my little voucher to a man with a face the colour of walnut and wearing a white Stetson. Steak and beer for dinner. Next morning they milk the cows, fry up a hearty breakfast, and ask me whether I’d like to go walking, rafting or riding. They had some horses to round up. I narrow my eyes to a Clint Eastwood squint and say I’ll lend them a hand.