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By: kathybev-fraley
Dr. Kathleen Linda Munsell, PHD
My daughter is a patient. She has found her visits very helpful! I appreciate that she is there for her!❤
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By: Joe A.
Jensen & Watts Small Engine Clinic
RIP OFFI recently went to purchase 4 pieces of 29¢ per inch 4" hose, 2 $5.99 bearings an 2 master links 75¢. In a rush that i was I saw that my total was $29.00 I only had a $50.00 dollar bill. Thats how I realized how much he charged me and also no reciept was given. I can't believe they are still in business doing this to their customers.
By: Janice B.
Better Nights Sleep Center
Beautiful sleep lab, Rooms are nice and Cozy. The Staff are very kind and caring. Slept well!!!Thank you for helping me get treatment.:)))))))Janice B
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By: Robin D.
Olmeda Stone
Love the quality of the pieces and the wide selection. So much fun to paint with a shabby chic finish! I would recommend Olmeda Stone to all ages. FUN FUN FUN
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By: Jeff B.
Rg Equipment Company
Do business with them on the normal and I bring all my equipment to them. Very friendly. Family owned for many years and very knowledgeable. They go the extra mile. Hard to find people like this still around. Thanks!
By: Jeane W.
Valley Regional Sleep Disorder Center
I was referred to Valley Regional Sleep Disorder Cntr for a follow-up sleep study to my original from 1999. The staff were okay however the sleep techs scrubbed my skin to adhere the sensors to the point where it took two months for the spots to heal. I did bring it to there attention as they were scrubbing so hard that it hurt, and I was ignored. Then the sheets on the beds were a grey and had holes and patches. I think for the money being charged they might be able to afford white, pristine sheets of good quality. The results of the study were questionable , as I went from having 120 episodes per hour to none.. and in the follow-up appointment I was told I didn't have apnea at all. Go elsewhere for your sleep studies and insist on it. Refuse to go to this one. The rating would be zero stars if that were a choice.
By: Rc M.
The Central California Sleep Center
When I pointed out the device was cracking, they told me they would no longer make appointments to see me, the device is expensive and NOT covered by insurance. you can talk to your regular dentist and get a device @ half the cost.
By: jerry.evans.7737
Gro More Garden Supply
Great prices. They always have what you need. Very helpful.
By: Bigjim G.
Payneless Gardening
This shop not only sells you everything you need for your awesome "GARDEN" but also will help you with knowledge. The key is be polite, don't act like you know everything & just ask. Then you get what you need at the right out the door price. This is where we get all of our products. Big Jim
By: captgage
Peggy Murphy Psy Doctor
Dr. Murphy works so hard to get through to her patients. She's been tirelessly to help my ex's Aspergers/ADHD 10-year-old son, and she even put in a good word for me, saying I was a good role model. *SIGH* I hope it helps.
Tips & Advices
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A pick mattock has at its head an adze and a pick, for breaking up hard-packed soil and debris. The cutter mattock has an axe blade on one side of the head and an adze on the other. It’ s better for digging up and cutting through roots.
The best type of shovel for gardening is a garden spade, ideally used in conjunction with a hand trowel.
The essential supplies for gardening are mostly basic, inexpensive non-motor tools. Essential tools consist of a sturdy pair of scissors, a trowel, a pair of pruning shears, at least one shovel, and a hand fork or a hoe. Also, a gardener must have a functioning hose—hopefully one with an adjustable sprayer nozzle. There are also kneeling pads for gardeners, which can help prevent knee and back strain If you are going to compost, you’ll need a compost bin. And to protect all your items from rain, make sure you have some sort of shed or enclosure. Finally, you should have a pair or two of heavy-duty gardening gloves.

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