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Sean Hunt
Attended Utah State University
Lives in Pleasant Grove, UT
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Dear Everyone Else, guess what? Between 1965 and 1977 there were people born. 51 million of them, actually. Who are still alive today. Yes folks, you heard that right- there's a WHOLE generation in
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Enter to win the daily prize of the Goal Zero Lighthouse 250 Solar Kit. You'll also be automatically entered to win the Grand Prize, featuring over $1000 in gear from Goal Zero, The North Face, and Osprey Packs.
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Pleasant Grove, UT
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American Fork, UT - Cottonwood Heights, UT - Centerville, UT - Logan, UT - Washington Terrace, UT - San Diego, CA - Tahiti & Moorea, French Polynesia - Santa Rosa, CA - Livermore, CA - Lewiston, UT - Sonoma, CA - Foster City, CA
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4 kids in 4 years and I still managed to finally finish a Bachelor's degree! Happily married 10 years on: she's a keeper, and I'm so glad she's kept me.
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  • Utah State University
    Landscape Architecture + Environmental Planning, 2008
  • University of California San Diego
  • Santa Rosa Junior College
  • Piner High School
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One Man’s Genius Idea To Grow Tomatoes
eatlocalgrown.com

James Bryan had a bright idea that resulted in something brilliant.

How to Make an All-Purpose Work Bench
www.artofmanliness.com

Editors note: This is a guest post by Ethan Hagan from One Project Closer. A Quick Intro In the video, I share that you're about to learn ho

Transplanting Your Seedlings
www.almanac.com

Learn how to transplant your vegetable plant seedlings outdoors with these instructions from The Old Farmer’s Almanac. Includes tips on prep

These Ten Zombie Phrases Are Killing Your Resume
www.forbes.com

I wrote my first resume in 1982, when I was twenty-two. Doesn't that seem like a million years ago? Back then, the resume-writing standard w

How to build a self-wicking bed
www.permaculture.co.uk

Here's a step-by-step guide: How to build a wicking bed to conserve water and maximise food production. Sam designed and constructed this 'W

Top 10 Skills to List on Your Resume - FlexJobs
www.flexjobs.com

When thinking about which skills to list on your resume, it's important to know which will be the most important to employers. Here's how to

Are You One of Us? Adult ADHD & Career Success | CareerCast.com
www.careercast.com

CareerCast helps job seekers find a job, create a resume, get email job alerts, read career news and best job rankings. Employers post jobs

Is the hybrid trim really worth it?
oppositelock.jalopnik.com

It costs more to buy the hybrid trim on most models. Do the savings on gas justify the price tag? Not really...unless you buy an MKZ. Take a

5 Tips for Packing Healthy Lunches (kids won't throw away) + MightyNest ...
livesimply.me

During the elementary years my mom faithfully packed my lunch for school. I remember my daily lunch quite well… the notes, white bread sandw

How to Start a Food Truck 07: Learn About Commissaries
foodtruckr.com

FoodTruckr explains how commissaries work, when they're required, and why you might need one in the latest lesson of "How to Start a Food Tr

​How To Build Your Own Altoids Tin Survival Kit
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Tiny, light and infinitely transportable, this affordable little kit might save your life in an emergency. Here's how to build your own mini

Letter from the Forgotten Generation | LinkedIn
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Dear Everyone Else, guess what? Between 1965 and 1977 there were people born. 51 million of them, actually. Who are still alive today. Yes f

The 6 W’s of thank-you notes | The Work Buzz
www.theworkbuzz.com

Journalist use five W’s and one H. We’ll tell you how you should use these six W’s when preparing your thank-you note.

Mormon Newsroom - Mormonism in Pictures: Church Celebrates170 Years in F...
www.mormonnewsroom.org

“Mormonism in Pictures” is a photo essay feature from Mormonnewsroom.org depicting The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its m

The Time Machine
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The Time Traveller, a dreamer obsessed with traveling through time, builds himself a time machine and, much to his surprise, travels over 80

The Garden High Riser
thegardenhighriser.com

Raised beds at a WHOLE new level! With a few deck screws and literally ANY sized wood, you can create your DREAM raised garden bed with the

9 Easy Steps to Sheet Mulching
www.permaculture.co.uk

Eric Toensmeier shares his tips to turn a barren plot into an edible permaculture paradise.

PG is short on worthy pizza joints, so Papa Murphy's takes it on quality for the price. The local store is reliable and well-staffed.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I keep going back for the food, but the noise is deafening. It wouldn't hurt to have at least one table set up for my family of 6; I know we aren't the only ones out there.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Its the Council HQ, so naturally its a great place to find things. I've found most of the staff to be quite competent and customer service-oriented. In fact, one time when I had ordered an out of stock patch which hadn't arrived as expected, John took up the issue and hand-delivered it to my doorstep a couple of days later; talk about above and beyond! The Scout Shop can be a challenging place to bring your kids, though. The layout of the store makes it difficult to maintain line-of-sight, and if your boys are like mine, its like they've been set loose in a candy store while you are trying to find the 'needle-in-the-haystack' patch or award. I would love to see the Scout Shop better develop a dedicated play area where kids would be able to be kids without causing so much disruption.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Although lacking the budget of another more well-known institution on the north end of town, the Hutchings Museum is worth the visit. Its a nice low-key affair whose merits rest solidly in its collections, as well as the historical structure it occupies. Lots to see and do here, with plenty of hands-on elements for the kiddos. My four boys, ages 3-7 were well-engaged for the better part of an hour and a half, and we enjoyed working on the Scout Patch program during our visit. Come for the Natural History, stay for the Cultural History; Hutchings has plenty of both with a rich collection of historical artifacts that profile the town history. As others have mentioned, chances are you will have the place to yourself, in spite of the low price of admission. We'll be back again.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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My experiences echo the previous reviews. Wanting to support local business, I came in to have a patch sewn and they offered to do it that day. When I returned at the appointed time to pick it up, it wasn't done. Fortunately they quickly rectified the situation. The second time I brought by a patch to be sewn, they scheduled it out for a few days. Anybody whose been there in the store knows the place is dead all the time. Why they weren't willing to sew it on the spot is beyond me. When I came back to pick up, it wasn't done; not even touched. Needless to say, they won't be wasting my time again.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
My wife and I had the very good fortune of working with Juan Coles on our most recent car purchase, and I cannot recommend him enough. Juan possesses all of the best qualities a MINI enthusiast would look for in car salesman: he is a passionate MINI motorist who thoroughly knows his product, understands and goes to bat for his clients, and communicates with an ease of facility, clarity, and through forthrightness. Juan provided some unexpected footwork to help match us up with a vehicle we are thrilled with, and we truly loved working with him from start to finish.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago