We get Asked All The Do You Move This or That

All to often home owners decide that they’re not going to spend the money on a moving company. This is fine and well if you’re moving common items such as couches, beds, dressers, and sofas. However, it becomes more problematic when you start trying to move speciality items. Time and time again we hear of stories of people who decide they’re going to save a few bucks and they either end up throwing our their back or ruining an expensive possession. For instance if you’ve got a grand piano to move, that is something that we strongly (I know we’re biased) leave the professionals.

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The last thing you need during a move is to wind up in the hospital or bed ridden for several days prior to moving in. You’re going to need your energy for unpacking and settling in to your new home. We get asked all the do you move this or that. time In short the answer is yes. Here is a short list of items we’ve been known to move over the years Fish Aquariums. Really, really large fish aquarium. We ask that you take care of the fish, we’ll take care of the tank. Any standard household furniture. We once moved a bed that was over double the size of a king-sized bed. We had to hoist it off the balcony because that is the only way we were getting it out of there. Speciality sports equipment – paddle boards, kayaks, road bikes, home gyms – you name we’ll move it. Hunting Equipment. In one instance we moved over 30 rifles and a few dozen scopes, speciality flashlights used for hunting and service work, and other hunting gear. Usually we transport all the rifles and guns right in the safety locker, assuming you have one. Bear in mind, anything we can’t move our sister trucking company can. We’ve moved large hand built gazebos with their help (a little silly but it was from a late great uncle sort of thing). We’ve hauled cars across the country for our clients. As a speciality moving company 10freequotes really does handle it all. Please contact us for a free no obligation quote.

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Great Explorers of Africa – Burton, Speke, Livingstone and Stanley

The Expedition is attempting the first complete ascent of the world’s longest river, the Nile.

Following in the spirit of the great explorers of Africa – Burton, Speke, Livingstone and Stanley, the team are tracking and exploring the entire course of this famous River. This has never been attempted or achieved in one single expedition.

The Nile is some 4132 miles (6611km) long. It receives its name from the Greek “Neilos” meaning a valley or river.

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Travelling from the Nile Delta at the Mediterranean Sea the team is making its way to Lake Victoria from which only the Nile flows, and then on to its source.

Even today it is not clear in which country the source of the Nile actually lies. It is now accepted that the Nile has two main drainage systems:

• to the Northwest ­ the western rift valley and the Ruwenzoris

• to the South and East ­ a huge area encompassing much of Burundi, Rwanda, northern Tanzania, western Kenya and Uganda. All these rivers drain in to Lake Victoria and only the Victoria Nile flows out of it.

It is also accepted that the Kagera is the largest feeder river to Lake Victoria. This river flows through both Rwanda and Burundi.

This expedition will seek to follow that River to its longest source, believed to be in Rwanda.

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The Momentum is Still with Clegg

Clegg Scores Second Win in Party Leaders Debate

Nick Clegg

An average of five polls conducted immediately after the Sky TV Leaders Election debate on Thursday night put Nick Clegg as the winner, with all instant polls showing him ahead of Gordon Brown. After the Foreign Affairs-led debate from Bristol dominated by issues like Iraq, immigration and climate change, Nick Clegg won 3 of the 5 polls on the night, building on his position after the first debate.

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The five “instant” poll results on the night:

Guardian/ICM: Clegg 33%, Cameron 29%, Brown 29%

YouGov: Clegg 32%, Cameron 36%, Brown 29%

ComRes: Clegg 33%, Cameron 30%, Brown 30%

Angus Reid: Clegg 33%, Cameron 32%, Brown 23%

Populus: Clegg 36%, Cameron 37%, Brown 26%

Poll Average: Clegg 33.4%, Cameron 32.8%, Brown 27.4%

The election has been thrown wide open by Nick Clegg’s first debate win. A number of polls have shown that the Lib Dems and the Conservatives are neck and neck, with Labour trailing in third. BBC journalist Michael Crick said on Newsnight “The momentum is still with Clegg.”

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