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Posterazzi DPI1883228 A Boy Wearing Snorkeling Gear - Three Hills Alberta Canada Poster Print 12 x 19
Posterazzi DPI1883228 A Boy Wearing Snorkeling Gear - Three Hills Alberta Canada Poster Print 12 x 19

A Boy Wearing Snorkeling Gear - Three Hills Alberta Canada Poster Print

A Boy Wearing Snorkeling Gear; Three Hills Alberta Canada PosterPrint is a licensed reproduction that was printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original.This poster is ready for hanging or framing. A great addition to your wall decor!.

Features
  • Designed with precision and functionality
  • Value for money
  • Superior quality design
  • Wide collection of posters to choose from
  • Choices for every style
Specifications
  • Artist: Ron Nickel & Design Pics
  • Size: 12 x 19 in.

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Posterazzi DPI1883228LARGE A Boy Wearing Snorkeling Gear - Three Hills Alberta Canada Poster Print 24 x 38 - Large
Posterazzi DPI1883228LARGE A Boy Wearing Snorkeling Gear - Three Hills Alberta Canada Poster Print 24 x 38 - Large

A Boy Wearing Snorkeling Gear - Three Hills Alberta Canada Poster Print

A Boy Wearing Snorkeling Gear; Three Hills Alberta Canada PosterPrint is a licensed reproduction that was printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original.This poster is ready for hanging or framing. A great addition to your wall decor!.

Features
  • Designed with precision and functionality
  • Value for money
  • Superior quality design
  • Wide collection of posters to choose from
  • Choices for every style
Specifications
  • Artist: Ron Nickel & Design Pics
  • Size: 24 x 38 in.

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International Leisure Prod 9724SL Voyager Snorkeling Fins Shoe - 8-9 in.
International Leisure Prod 9724SL Voyager Snorkeling Fins Shoe - 8-9 in.
Features
  • Type - Swim gear.
  • Professional style recreational fin.
  • Recreational Fins.
  • Size - 8-9
  • User - Youth

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FlyLow Gear Firebird Bib Pant - Men's
FlyLow Gear Firebird Bib Pant - Men's
FlyLow created the Firebird Bib with all-time storm days in mind. Those days where burning quads, frozen faces, and sopping wet outerwear start to pick off powder skiers one by one. The waterproof shell fends off sleet and snow, while articulated knees and the breathable softshell panel on the back are bootpack-friendly so you won't overheat during a quick hike. Whether you're sending it into Corbett's or snorkeling through blower pow in Hokkaido, the Firebird is designed to keep you dry and comfortable. Well, as comfortable as you can be until you send it a little too hard and tomahawk under the chair. That one's on you.
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FlyLow Gear Firebird Bib Pant - Men's Granite/Cola, S
FlyLow Gear Firebird Bib Pant - Men's Granite/Cola, S
FlyLow created the Firebird Bib with all-time storm days in mind. Those days where burning quads, frozen faces, and sopping wet outerwear start to pick off powder skiers one by one. The waterproof shell fends off sleet and snow, while articulated knees and the breathable softshell panel on the back are bootpack-friendly so you won't overheat during a quick hike. Whether you're sending it into Corbett's or snorkeling through blower pow in Hokkaido, the Firebird is designed to keep you dry and comfortable. Well, as comfortable as you can be until you send it a little too hard and tomahawk under the chair. That one's on you.
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Pyle PSNKW30O Snorkeling Master with Dive Duration, Depth, Water Temp. Max. 100 Dive Records, Dive Alarm When Emerging Too Fast -Orange
Pyle PSNKW30O Snorkeling Master with Dive Duration, Depth, Water Temp. Max. 100 Dive Records, Dive Alarm When Emerging Too Fast -Orange
Price: $ 86.92
Description: Pyle PSNKW30O Snorkeling Master with Dive Duration, Depth, Water Temp. Max. 100 Dive Records, Dive Alarm When Emerging Too Fast -Orange
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Pyle PSNKW30O Snorkeling Master with Dive Duration, Depth, Water Temp. Max. 100 Dive Records, Dive Alarm When Emerging Too Fast -Orange
Loaded Gear HD-200 Egg Crate Foam-liner Crush-proof Hard Case
Loaded Gear HD-200 Egg Crate Foam-liner Crush-proof Hard Case
Price: $ 63.1
Description: Loaded Gear HD-200 Egg Crate Foam-liner Crush-proof Hard Case
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Loaded Gear HD-200 Egg Crate Foam-liner Crush-proof Hard Case
Loaded Gear HD-50 Hard Case
Loaded Gear HD-50 Hard Case
Price: $ 38.0
Description: Loaded Gear HD-50 Hard Case
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Loaded Gear HD-50 Hard Case
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Resolved Question: Why was there a second electrical system in our home, what the heck did we find? Outlets with NO BREAKERS? How to safely remove?
We noticed that when we turned off the power to our waterfront house we recently bought in the Miami area that a few outlets remained powered. We then went up into the attic to try and trace those wires looking for an additional breaker box and found a huge mess of wires, and odd internet equipment as well as numerous outlets and water hoses for some sort of irrigation system, and all the attic insulation was removed and the attic floored entirely with plywood. We noticed that the attic outlets still had power, and that they were fed from a wire connected to an orange cord that led back to a wooden boxs that just said , "hot wires". The outlets also had a cable connected a copper rod that ran the length of the attic, and there were several wire drops from the attic to outlets around the house. We then traced bundles of orange extension cords from the hot wire boxes , and a bundle of bare copper cables from the copper rod down a "chute" that led to some sort of culvert connecting the workshop to the dock along the canal. Under the dock there were several large locked lever switches labeled,"Plant Lights", "Comp Equip", "Work Lab", "Kitchen Aux", "Dock Elec","TRAP". There was also a large bundle of data cables connected to a locked box that said, "DATA" that ran down into the water. From the electrical boxes there was one large electrical box and three thick black cables running under the water, as well as a wood box marked "TEL". and a beige cable running under the water. Since we regularly swam in the saltwater canal behind the house we figured it was safe to investigate further, and we then got snorkeling gear, and decided to dive the area and investigate further, and found that the data cables and theblack electrical cable went a ways off property down the canal. We also found thatthe bare copper cables went about 100 feet off property and terminated at a boat anchor. We also found some suitcases and plastic containers on the canal bottom in 15 feet of water. Are miami area electricians and home inspectors used to working underwater, in addition we found a garden hose bundle under the water, and a single garden hose connected to some sort of Y bracket under the dock marked GAS. Many of the art objects were ornate paper and sea shell collages, as well as odd boojs and there was a lace tablecloth in one of the plastic containers. How do we find a good metal detectorist who could also scan canal for items that we may want to salvage? I found a couple bins, and my daughter found like five large waterproof trunks on the canal bottom. Inside we found exquisite seashell designs, and numerous paintings, and lot of copper ingots marked Cu 1 Pound .999 Copper. One of the shell adorned wooden boxes with floral like designs on the lid had a bag of fine white powder labeled ,"Pure Estrogen ( > 98% Estradiol)". How much might this be worth, and how would the art objects have gotten in the canal. Why would a florist have all this? If I called a local engineer to take a look at the setup how much would they charge for an underwater job. The depth is 15 feet at maximum, and the depth is not excesive but might require a long dive time to fully investigate. Who should I call? Why would someone need an internet connection of 10 Cat 7 cables. How much bandwidth is that. Must have a lot of flower orders or is he some sort of inventor and only a florist by day. Why would a man be a FLORIST, who could help investigate?

Resolved Question: Why was there a second electrical system in our home, what the heck did we find? Outlets with NO BREAKERS? How to safely remove?
We noticed that when we turned off the power to our waterfront house we recently bought in the Miami area that a few outlets remained powered. We then went up into the attic to try and trace those wires looking for an additional breaker box and found a huge mess of wires, and odd internet equipment as well as numerous outlets and water hoses for some sort of irrigation system, and all the attic insulation was removed and the attic floored entirely with plywood. We noticed that the attic outlets still had power, and that they were fed from a wire connected to an orange cord that led back to a wooden boxs that just said , "hot wires". The outlets also had a cable connected a copper rod that ran the length of the attic, and there were several wire drops from the attic to outlets around the house. We then traced bundles of orange extension cords from the hot wire boxes , and a bundle of bare copper cables from the copper rod down a "chute" that led to some sort of culvert connecting the workshop to the dock along the canal. Under the dock there were several large locked lever switches labeled,"Plant Lights", "Comp Equip", "Work Lab", "Kitchen Aux", "Dock Elec","TRAP". There was also a large bundle of data cables connected to a locked box that said, "DATA" that ran down into the water. From the electrical boxes there was one large electrical box and three thick black cables running under the water, as well as a wood box marked "TEL". and a beige cable running under the water. The man who originally lived there before us was a florist who ran a floral business from his home, and I cant understand why he would need any special electrical systems in the home. Making bridal bouquets and corsages and stuffing vases doesnt require power tools or massive amounts of data equipment. Are underwater cables common? We couldnt even trace the TEL cable, as it was lost in the silt. The containers are filled with numerous art objects, and copper bricks. Since we regularly swam in the saltwater canal behind the house we figured it was safe to investigate further, and we then got snorkeling gear, and decided to dive the area and investigate further, and found that the data cables and theblack electrical cable went a ways off property down the canal. We also found thatthe bare copper cables went about 100 feet off property and terminated at a boat anchor. We also found some suitcases and plastic containers on the canal bottom in 15 feet of water. Are miami area electricians and home inspectors used to working underwater, in addition we found a garden hose bundle under the water, and a single garden hose connected to some sort of Y bracket under the dock marked GAS. Many of the art objects were ornate paper and sea shell collages, as well as odd boojs and there was a lace tablecloth in one of the plastic containers. How do we find a good metal detectorist who could also scan canal for items that we may want to salvage? The underwater data cables are marked Category 7 and there were 10 cables in the bundle. What kind of internet user would use this type of connection. If I called like geeksquad, and since they do like network setup and such would they go underwater to take a closer look at the cable. Since this is underwater, who would be able to investigate this. I think this wiring puts my home at risk of fire and such, and are systems like this common.

Resolved Question: Why was there a second electrical system in our home, what the heck did we find? Outlets with NO BREAKERS? How to safely remove?
We noticed that when we turned off the power to our waterfront house we recently bought in the Miami area that a few outlets remained powered. We then went up into the attic to try and trace those wires looking for an additional breaker box and found a huge mess of wires, and odd internet equipment as well as numerous outlets and water hoses for some sort of irrigation system, and all the attic insulation was removed and the attic floored entirely with plywood. We noticed that the attic outlets still had power, and that they were fed from a wire connected to an orange cord that led back to a wooden boxs that just said , "hot wires". The outlets also had a cable connected a copper rod that ran the length of the attic, and there were several wire drops from the attic to outlets around the house. We then traced bundles of orange extension cords from the hot wire boxes , and a bundle of bare copper cables from the copper rod down a "chute" that led to some sort of culvert connecting the workshop to the dock along the canal. Under the dock there were several large locked lever switches labeled,"Plant Lights", "Comp Equip", "Work Lab", "Kitchen Aux", "Dock Elec","TRAP". There was also a large bundle of data cables connected to a locked box that said, "DATA" that ran down into the water. From the electrical boxes there was one large electrical box and three thick black cables running under the water, as well as a wood box marked "TEL". and a beige cable running under the water. Since we regularly swam in the saltwater canal behind the house we figured it was safe to investigate further, and we then got snorkeling gear, and decided to dive the area and investigate further, and found that the data cables and theblack electrical cable went a ways off property down the canal. We also found thatthe bare copper cables went about 100 feet off property and terminated at a boat anchor. We also found some suitcases and plastic containers on the canal bottom in 15 feet of water. The man who originally lived there before us was a florist who ran a floral business from his home, and I cant understand why he would need any special electrical systems in the home. Making bridal bouquets and corsages and stuffing vases doesnt require power tools or massive amounts of data equipment. Are underwater cables common? We couldnt even trace the TEL cable, as it was lost in the silt. The containers are filled with numerous art objects, and copper bricks. Are miami area electricians and home inspectors used to working underwater, in addition we found a garden hose bundle under the water, and a single garden hose connected to some sort of Y bracket under the dock marked GAS. Many of the art objects were ornate paper and sea shell collages, as well as odd boojs and there was a lace tablecloth in one of the plastic containers. How do we find a good metal detectorist who could also scan canal for items that we may want to salvage?

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I'm pretty excited to go! What's fun things to do there for a 17 year old? Oh and I just have one little question, I'm a smoker, so can I bring a pack of opened cigarettes on board? I'm leaving it in my bag and I'm pretty sure it's going through x-ray. Thanks!

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