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Seeking games I can play remotely (ie that have good online platforms available) with a group of four. [more inside]
Is there a better camping water storage and dispensing option than the big blue plastic cube? [more inside]
We are taking a short trip to Telluride at the end of next week with our hike-loving pooches. With the snow still there at elevation and mud at lower levels, where should we go hiking? [more inside]
We will be traveling to San Jose the last week in June. We’d like to stop and camp for 3-4 days along the way and then again on our way back to Scottsdale the following week but we can’t seem to find a campground that checks all of the boxes. [more inside]
I loved Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Absolutely loved it. What game should I try next? I have a Switch. Important qualities inside. [more inside]
My old bike has given up the ghost, and I'd like to build a new one. I'm looking for A Dutch-style city bike or beach cruiser frame compatible with a modern single cog gravel bike gear set, disk brakes and fenders. The brakes are negotiable, the fenders aren't. I don't mind buying a complete bike to rebuild, but I'd prefer a raw frame. Mostly bike path and suburban riding, with the occasional foray into the city or unpaved road touring with sudden and steep inclines and a heavier rider who likes to mash the pedals. Upright cycling is super comfy for me, I just need something more capable than a three speed hub.
This is very subjective, but does anyone have opinions on what the tastiest tomato varieties are? Or can you link to someone who does? This is a question to help me choose what to grow next year. [more inside]
Why do I sweat (but not get short of breath) on the stationary bike and get short of breath (but not sweaty) on the 'real' bike? [more inside]
I'm looking for a specific book about walking. Pretty sure I read a review of it in the last 12 months and that it was a new release but it may be it was just described in an article - I think in the New York Times, but it might have been the Guardian. [more inside]
Last summer my kids had an amazing time looking at bugs swimming in ponds while we were backpacking. This summer, I'm hoping to up our game a bit and get some kind of portable, fairly robust microscope or (android) phone accessory that will give us a bit of a magnification. My google-fu is weak and while there are many products, I'm failing to find reasonable third party reviews on anything of this kind. Help? [more inside]
What's the best way for a beginner to get into making hip hop beats? What tools do I need? What resources should I use? [more inside]
Intermediate sewing filter: Questions about batting. [more inside]
Mr. Never and I are going camping later this month. Help us entertain ourselves! [more inside]
I’m getting back into serious hockey after a long bout with disability. Does all gear still have leather in it? Are there pads and skates that are vinyl or something? Talking full ice hockey gear here. And also roller hockey pants.
My kid would like me to help them sell their box of pokemon cards. I'd like to help out, but not make this a big project. Are there resources to help my kid quickly sort the more valuable from the less valuable and to easily sell the cards? [more inside]
Actually, maybe more like e-bike conversions 001, since I'm pretty early in my research, but I'd appreciate some help in sorting out possible plans for my bike, and converting it to pedal-assist. [more inside]
My 10-year-old daughter is suddenly very aware that she is not “good” at sports. She’s never been interested in team sports but now really wants to get better. We want to encourage this newfound interest without being overbearing. How do we do this? [more inside]
I think I've been entering the Private Eye crossword competition for years, but have I? [more inside]
A few years ago, I read an essay that made a thoughtful and persuasive case for an ethical obligation to accept mechanical flaws in indie games, due to popular acceptance of narrative flaws in big-budget games. There was a focus on the mechanically janky indie game "The Missing: JJ Macfield." I can't find it now, and I want to share it before trying to get non-indie-gamers to play Kitty Horrorshow's brilliant (but kind of janky) "Anatomy."
What are my options these days for watching live baseball on TV without cable (which I recently got rid of)? Thank you!