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The Transparent Canoe Kayak, love it!! This canoe-kayak hybrid has a transparent polymer hull that offers paddlers an underwater vista unavailable in conventional boats. Seating two people, the sturdy hull is made of the same durable material found in the cockpit canopies of supersonic fighter jets.

Neat!! I need several of this in my closet! Tall Solid Shelf Dividers At 13" in height, our Tall Shelf Dividers slip onto a solid shelf in a closet or study to organize sweaters, towels, purses, linens and even the heaviest books. They're ideal for keeping piles of folded clothes from toppling over or to organize and compartmentalize items stored on a shelf.

The Ostrich Multi Position 3N1 Beach Chair lets you relax in almost any position and allows you to longer read comfortably while tanning you back. When lying on your stomach the face flap opens and the cushions come up. Just close the flap when on your back. The back of the chair adjusts to 5 different positions and the foot rest can be put into 3 different positions.This chair is backed by chiropractors because it helps to reduce neck and lower back pain.

Neat idea to keep your lucky clover with you!

Love it!! The Nantucket Pet Bike Basket is a secure, comfortable, visually pleasing way to bring your small pet along for the ride.

Nantucket Somerset Pet Basket

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Cool beach chair, I want one!! Opens from luggage to lounger in 10 seconds! No assembly required! Weighs just 22 lbs. New design combines lounger/chair, umbrella with patented attachment, coolers, tote bag, pillow and backpack. Easily transports on ball bearing wheels with telescoping handle or as a backpack Fully adjustable from seated to horizontal position. Face down hole can be used for reading on your stomach.

Propagating roses by cuttings is easy. Some say the secret of success is the humble potato! Before planting rose cuttings, push the bottom end into a small potato, which keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but apparently it works really well.Have any of you tried this?