Started to Plan the Lake Cottage

I am going to do some home work before I start on the house. For now I am thinking that I might clear off a little part of the land and pave a little pad on which to park a camper trailer. That is not ideal, but a camper trailer is adequate for what I have in mind. I would have electricity hooked up to it and I could keep the beer cold and have a comfortable place to lay your head when you are not fishing. If you click here you can figure out which power companies are available in the place which you are looking for, but I am not really sure that any of them is going to be in a great big hurry to hook the power up here.

There are big high tension lines in the area, but this is on the opposite side of the lake from most of the places that have power. So it is not like they would run a line from a place that is across the street or next door. It is probably close to a quarter of a mile to the main road where there is a little country store. At any rate I need to get them to hook the power up, but there is not a lot in it for them. In fact I might be able to make do with other means if I needed to do it. For example you could get a natural gas tank and use that for heating, cooking and even running the appliances. I figure that I could get a small efficient refrigerator, the type that you get on a motor home. Those can be set up to run on what you have available and you can use it any way you like.

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I Picked Satellite over Cable Not Because of the Picture but Because of the Price and Features

Our cable company took my favorite channel and moved it to a package that was a lot higher in price. They knew it was a popular channel, so it just made sense to do that from a business perspective. Well, since I did want more channels anyway, I figured I might opt for the higher tier package for TV programming. I got a price from them, and then got a price for the same thing through satellite TV. I found out that the price for the satellite programming was lower when I decided to finally learn more about it.

I would see all of the dishes on the roofs around my neighborhood. My neighbor who I watch a lot of golf with on the weekends when we can't be on the courses has satellite. Golf is a high value sport and it looks good on just about any TV system. The imagery is part of what sells it, so you get a lot of really high-definition detail watching the golf games. It is the same for football and some other sports. Since the golf games on his system looked about the same as what I got with cable, I decided to compare based on the channels I would get for the price rather than how it looked.

The next thing I looked at was features we could use. The DVR capability of being able to record more than two shows at once was great. The cable company just began offering that, but they wanted a fortune for that service. The satellite service cost for that feature was much lower. An introductory price for being a new customer was also a great incentive. Getting installation done quickly was another incentive. So the bottom line for me for going with satellite over cable was the cost per month and the features and actual channels we get.

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