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Review by Arnie P
Weather @ Home weather station
Weather @ Home weather station a last look
The Weather @ Home weather station was provided for review purposes.
About a month has passed and it’s time to take a last look at the weather station. As mentioned in my last report I did move the remote sensor to my cellar about 10 feet from my wood pellet stove. Initially I was surprised but it did not take me long to figure what was happening. I will get into this soon. I will get into humidity readings and what I hope to learn about the insulating properties of my house with the aid of this weather station. To read more.
ready for New England weather
I often get asked about my favorite hiking season or location. It seems no matter how often I am asked I have think before answering. The main reason is that I don’t have a favorite season but if I think of particular places then I find that each one has good times of the year for being there. Since my playground is New England this discussion will be how I look at the outdoors of New England as a yearly repeating cycle. I have selected when the leaves have fallen as the beginning of my discussion. To read more.
Check out my final update on the My Chacos Women’s ZX/1 Sandals. I have enjoyed wearing these over the past two months.
Read more here.
Check out the first part of the review of the GSI Outdoors Infinity Backpacker Mug
– How does it live up to the companies claims? Will it keep my drinks hot? Let’s see… To read the review, click HERE.
This product was received for review purposes.
The testing of the Oregon Scientific Weather @ Home Bluetooth Weather Station update is interesting as well as one requiring some patience. I will go more into these details later. The sensor is located outside my house under the protective eaves above the side entrance of my house. This entrance is on the north side so temperatures are not affected by the sun. I will divide my discussion into what worked, what I had problems with and what I would like to see. To read more please click here.