Thursday, 12 November 2020

Dragonfly Inspired Holiday Merch

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Did you know that a Dragonfly can fly both inside and out, drift, and make unexpected turns? With its fast dashing developments, the Dragonfly gives off an impression of being a living blaze of light. It is the state bug of Alaska since its flying is suggestive of the dexterous shrubbery pilots' moves. The Dragonfly is likewise an awesome image of progress and self-acknowledgment, bringing a feeling of happiness and daintiness to life.

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This extraordinarily hand painted Christmas trinket ball is fastidiously planned with a delightful dragonfly and covered with leaves. This dragonfly knick-knack ball can be a pleasant expansion to your Christmas beautifications particularly on the off chance that you are into the nature topic.

The dragonfly christmas tree shirt represents change, and it has more force in its wings than different creepy crawlies. In the event that you have a companion or relative who has conquered snags, and changed to better themselves, this trimming can be a suggestion to your adored one of how solid you think they are.
There's nothing very like get-together 'round the Christmas tree to design with family. They include handcrafted plans for that valid and arrive in a reusable stockpiling holder for safety's sake. Deck the lobbies with seasonal happiness, and prepare for a Christmas you won't overlook! Bring a fly of shading and shine to your Christmas tree with this basic.

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You can utilize this adorable for a vacation or to embellish your place, it's certainly one of a kind and fabulous than others.

Monday, 2 November 2020

Importance of Water Softener in the House

Why Have A Water Softener?

A water softener is a whole-house filtration system that removes hardness-causing calcium and magnesium minerals from your water through a process called ion exchange. A water softener addresses one of the most prevalent and devastating water problems: hard water. Hard water wreaks havoc on the modern home. Scale builds up in your pipes, clogging them and decreasing water pressure. Scale dramatically shortens the lifespan of appliances like dishwashers, coffee makers and ice machines.

Water Softener Benefits

Without a water softener, laundry demands extra detergent to prevent it from looking dingy. Dishes will come out of your dishwasher streaked and stained. Filmy scum builds up on your shower curtains and your soap and shampoo will not lather. Bathing in hard water leaves your skin itchy and dry and your hair lifeless and sticky. The sheer amount of time, energy, and money required to clean up the detrimental side effects of hard water is dizzying. A whole house water softener is the solution to the scourge of water hardness.

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Did you know that your water can be classified as "hard" if it contains at least 60mg of dissolved calcium and magnesium? In some areas, this number can go as high as 180mg. Defeating the hardness of water is not such a tough challenge but the rewards of it are simply great. You will be needing only one cool device and all those problems with ashy skin, stained dishes and spotty laundry will be gone.

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Tuesday, 27 October 2020

Progress Tuesday 27th October 2020

Dear all,

I wasn't RO today so I'm sorry about not being aware of everyone's activities but I just thought I'd report on passenger activities today as it was the first day of steam operations in 2020. Of course, this is somewhat delayed to what was originally planned and a different locomotive too. There is a certain risk with moving to steam operations at this time of year as it is traditionally off season now so not necessarily a time when you'd normally be looking to increase costs but as we all know, the normal rules don't apply this year when it comes to the tourist market. This year it really came down to a choice of using steam to continue operations into the colder months (steam heating required) or possibly closing. Feedback from customers on having a private compartment to keep them safe is very positive so it seemed logical to continue it at the moment.

Lots of effort has gone in to preparing for today with the Mark 1 fleet undergoing particular attention over the last few months to their steam heating apparatus and also the lighting.

I believe today could have included two firsts? Firstly, I think it was the first steam heated service to Duffield. We have steam heated the trains to Shottle for the last few years but I don't recall one going to Duffield. Secondly, I can't remember operating a steam service on a Tuesday before... and a busy one at that. The first two trains were practically full with an average load on the last. The latter of course arriving back just before dark. The rest of the week is also looking quite busy with good numbers of advance bookings so if you would like travel, don't leave it too late!

My thanks go to everyone who helped with the service today in horrible wet conditions and especially to the loco crew whose operation led to a relaxed and enjoyable day.

Leigh

Friday, 23 October 2020

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Friday, 16 October 2020

Revised T's and C's

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Thursday, 1 October 2020

Progress Thursday 1st October 2020

Dear all,

Today we had a large parcel delivered in the form of mainline certified Pannier locomotive 9466, from the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway. The locomotive was immediately moved to the pit for the Fitness to Run examination to begin and was also taken to the water column to have the tanks filled. It is in great condition! It is scheduled to enter service on our Bounce Back trains from 27th October and you can book your private compartment at www.e-v-r.com/bounce-back

Moving to the pit required a good amount of shunting about which was also done to fit around the PW team who have been attending to an issue outside the steam shed so that fits quite well.

Progress has been good on the new staff shower room which is nearing completion. All of the walls and ceiling have been clad and the shower, heating and hot water heater is already on the wall. The plan is to tile the floor tomorrow before installing the shower tray and toilet itself next week.

Regards,

Leigh

Friday, 25 September 2020

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