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Help us ready our primary brewery location on our family farm located in Carroll County, Iowa! #craftbeer   #philanthropy   #iowa   #beer   #kickstarter   #kickstarterprojects  
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Why Listen To Podcast 033? Dad treats listeners to one of his favorite old cowboy songs (about 35 minutes into the show). The song is called Shifting Whispering Sands. In addition to the music, we continue our discussion of Big Bend National Park, and successfully move our trip planning forward.
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Here's to all the Father's who manned up to get their wives cards and gifts from their kids, made the breakfast in bed and let their wives sleep in all for their special day and plan in doing it all again on Father's Day.
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Don't leave personal possessions with management as they disappear. Coke trucks run all night too so noise can be a huge issue
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Our family has been leveraging what originally was the bcbsmn credit union and they have always ben there to lend a hand with great rates.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Went there last night, no San Palagrino, what italian place doesn't have an italian sparkling water? Ordered the caprese, the tomatoes had no flavor at all and it was served on over dry toast. Ordered the veal piccata, the veal was overcooked and tough and the sauce had to much oil base. Al Vento's beats this place hands down.
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago
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They have done several projects for my family and always do quality work and are on time with competitive pricing.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Everything costs extra, VIP gets you nothing, smooze you into special glasses but nobody will refill them once the show starts, pictures were supposed to come with VIP but they will charge you $20 anyway and show had no plot and made little sense and most of the kids they involved were scared too death because of the loud sound affects. Spent $400 for a family of 3 for the night.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
We have lived here 5 months and in that time have had to evacuate the building 4 times due to things like a tire burnout session in the parking garage, bursting water pipes and the resulting repair work (drywall dust). I have witnessed residents passed out in the halls two times, which is great when you have small kids to explain this to. The garage doors frequently dont work - and neither do the elevators. The garage door noise is terrible and is a shared space with the attached office complex not to mention you get to pay $$. Very little storage is located in the facility and virtually no place to take your dogs if you have them. The garbage cans are usually overflowing. I don't completely blame the facility for this as there are plenty of lazy slobs that live here who don't know what a trash shoot is - or how to use one. Then there is the mold/moisture issues in the apartments. When we brought the moisture/coldness issue up to the management and staff (puddles on the floor), we were told we would need to take care of it ourselves (plastic window film). I have had to spray bleach around our windows several times to try and minimize the mold growth. My suggestions for this place: 1. Include parking and give your residents prime reserved locations, not the office wahoos. 2. Replace the windows 3. Empty the garbage cans on a daily basis and put cameras in the trash room and remind those who don't know how to use them. 3. Screen your residents a little better (HINT: if they don't have a real job and mom/dad are footing the bill then it is highly doubtful they will have any respect for the building or others living in it) 4. Redo the .5 baths and make them 1.5's as they are wasted space. 5. Expand the useable terrace space.
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Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago