No don't take that wrong, I was wondering if there was a significance to your question?
Okay Joe, thanks. I thought you were having a bad day. I only asked because I'm sure the people in those cars were wandering around Batsto Village, causing the staff to be a little freaked out by it.
That is unfortunate. Had some very nice cantaloupe with breakfast and a nicely marbled ribeye will be on the grill for dinner
I've had to do the same. I waited 5 days to get a place in line though. I finally got one this afternoon. I can pick up my groceries on Thursday.Since I've never tried it, thought I would have a look at how online shopping works at Shoprite. Went to their site and clicked the link for online shopping and immediately saw the alert below. I didn't want to "get in line", I just wanted some info about how the process works. But I guess I have to "wait in line" to even find that. Now, whenever I got to any part of the Shoprite website, it just sends me back here.
How ridiculous is that? And why in the world would you have to "wait in line" to access a website? Why can't you just place an order and then receive notification about when it will be available? Does anybody here actually use this? How does it work?
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Speaking of grill, I don't have natural gas so have to use propane and I ran out yesterday.
Here are the maps for the Wildlife Management Areas.
Do you have WMA boundaries in there? That would be impressive. I've never seen them except on the Fish & Wildlife PDF maps that bobpbx linked to, which don't help much if you have a Lat, Lon coordinate and want to know if it is inside a WMA or other open space land. I've looked, and I don't think WMAs are on Trailtracker at all (which is State Park Service, so they don't concern themselves with WMAs). Openstreetmap.org has a few, maybe, but not most. Have you found a source for WMA boundaries?You will also find Wildlife Management Areas indicated on my Map of the Pines, for example: https://online.boydsmaps.com/#16/39.8143/-74.3564/pinesHD