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03/21/2015
By: dougehrmantrout
Snake River Sinclair
This place is a rip off....everything is about double price of anywhere else...always the most expensive in town! If you are made of money then this place is for you!
11/09/2013
By: thomas.b.watts
Maverik
all of the pumps at this store say 10% ethanol just so you know.
04/16/2012
By: happy_car_guy
J & K Auto
Very honest about car. Very clean cars. Prices are good
02/03/2012
By: everydaypeopleus
Chevron
If I had rated this place yesterday, I would have given them 4 stars. However as of today, I will no longer be a customer at this establishment. I have only been back in town for 2 and a half weeks. I thought that I would would try XII Stones for my coffee. I always order the exact same thing for my drink no matter where I go for coffee. A 20 oz Ice Breve Latte (breve meaning that the drink is made with half and half instead of milk) with half a cup of Ice. I have been to this shop 5 times in the last 2 weeks. I have had good service from the younger girls that work there. The lady that has helped me the last 2 times was larger and a bit older mid to late 30's. Unpleasant and unfriendly is the only way I can describe her. NE Ways back to my experiance. I order my drink and on the Menu is says my drink is $4.80 comes out to just a little over $5 for the drink. This is a bit expensive for this drink but I have paid it and still gone back because I beleive in supporting your local business. I can and do get the exact same drink in Pokey for between $3.50 and $4.00. I ordered my drink and the lady did the strangest thing, she filled the cup just a little under half way with my drink. She then dumped the drink with out Ice into a blender. I asked her what she was doing as this is not how you make this drink. She stated that she was whipping the drink to make it look more full. I was like whatever. She hands me my drink and starts to ring it up and tells me we are going to be charging you more for your drink than you are used to. She rings it up at like $6.05 then adds tax the drink comes out to $6.57. Keep in mind, the menu still says 4.80, she did not tell me that she was going ring it up for more before she made the drink so here I am feeling obligated to pay for a drink she made that nearly cost $7.00. There was no explaination of this other than the owner wanted to charge more for the drink. Since I am opinionated and have a large mouth and talk to many many people, I will be telling everyone of my experiance. Don't go here because you are not important, you are not made to feel welcome and they change thier prices without notice or changing them on the menu. Shame on you XII Stones and shame on the owner for not respecting his customers. Since this place is inside the Chevron and owned by the same person I will not use the store or their gas ever again, which I fill up almost every 2 days there.
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The best time of day to water a lawn is early morning or evenings - the cooler times of the day. Steer clear of watering during peak warmth and sun activity; not only can it be potentially damaging to plants, but more water is lost from evaporation, reducing efficiency.
Provided the pressure and flow are identical, and the length of time watering is equal, there should be no difference in in the amount of water delivered between manual or timed sprinkler systems. It’s all about pressure and flow that determines delivery amount.
In the warmer months you want to water three to five times a week. In cooler months, two to three times a week should be plenty. The goal is to get ¾ of an inch to 1 inch of water delivered each time. A good rule of thumb is a little more in summer, a little less in winter. If you live in a rainy area, you might not need to manually water at all in the winter.
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The first variable to determining how long to run your sprinklers is seasonal; the second is sprinkler output. In warmer months, or peak growing season, water for approximately 20-30 minutes a day, every three to five days. Ideally your grass wants 3/4 of an inch to 1 inch of water. In the cooler, slower growing seasons, 10-15 minutes, two to three times per week. If you use automatic sprinklers, be sure to adjust them seasonally.

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