The Dundalk Eagle : 2020-07-30

PUZZLES : 39 : 39

PUZZLES

July 30, 2020 The Dundalk Eagle Page 39 Motorcycle­s/ ATVs Tools Wanted to Buy Wanted to Buy Misc. Services Notices Cart OLD ITEMS WANTED Brand new service/tool cart with a removable custom platform top. $40, Military, CIA, Lighters, Fountain Pens, Toys, Scouts, Posters, Aviation, Knives etc. 4 Prime Plots. Holly Hills OWN LAND IN MARYLAND? Our Hunter will Pay Top $$ To Lease your land. Call now for free info packet 1-866-3061507. www.BaseCampLe­asing. com Promo Code: 249 Garden of Devotion section list. Can subdivide. $8,000 selling $3,800 410-604-1110 Call/Text Dan 202-841-3062 Hardware 1000s of set screws nuts etc. Photos or photo copies of local rock band “Ashtin Golt” Circa 1972-73. Must be original members John, Sean, Mike, and Mark $ All brand new in neat labeled bottles and boxes all sizes. $45. Guitars Wanted Gary 410-256-5770 Collector Paying Top $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ 410-604-1110 2007 GSX-R 750 443-858-9028 For Vintage Gibson, Fender, Martin & Others. Any Condition. Recreation­al Vehicles Ryobi 10” miter saw, with just 6,700 miles! Asking $6,500. Original owner, mainly garage kept, regular maintenanc­e. Looks and runs great! Custom paint, Leo Vince slip-on exhaust, Corbin seat, fender eliminator kit, Double Bubble windscreen, Pig Spotter mirrors. Seeking Full/Sealed Bottles of Vintage Bourbon and Rye (pre-1990). Call Alex w/ extra blade. Excellent condition $60. Need 410-604-1110 410-419-1795 Sander Ryobi detail sander and oscillatin­g cutting tool. 443-223-7669 an Local Collector New in boxes. $35. Animals/Pets 410-604-1110 ad? Buying Older comic books- will pay more than the dealers. Best $ paid for pre-1980 collection­s- turn them into cash this week. Call Jeff 410-900-0673 Call/text 410-490-3133 Emu,rhea and Ostrich eggs/ chicks/breeding pairs available. Text/call 520-485-5241. Wanted to Buy ***WANTED*** Kawasaki ZX10R Excellent Condition 2,300 miles $11,800.00 Call 540-364-0340 leave message Call Moving & Hauling Motor Homes * Travel Trailers BUYING * SELLING * TRADING Mike’s Haul Away 410 CONSIGNMEN­TS WELCOME Wanted to Buy Autos Anything you don’t want. Call Kevin Alexander 410-236-4023 or 410-284-0572 WANTED! DIABETIC TEST STRIPS TOP $$$ PAID! Will pick up. Cash on the spot. We are Now Paying more for: 302-653-1234 AlexanderR­V.com 770 WANTED: Misc. Services RV’s or Travel trailers, Cars, Trucks, SUV’s, any condition. Cash Buyer. Will pay more than anybody else! No hassle. Call Jr: MILITARY ITEMS WANTED Ready to stop smoking? Patches, Flight Jackets, Helmets, Uniforms, Insignia, Medals, Weapons etc. ALEXANDER RV CENTER 2714 Sudlersvil­le Rd. (Rt. 300 West of Kenton) Clayton, DE 19938 We can help you stop with HYPNOSIS! OneTouch Ultra & Verio, FreeStyle Lite, Accu-Chek. Un-opened. 4000 Call for appointmen­t: 410-661-1111 Call/Text Dan 202-841-3062 443-414-4145 Debbie: 410-820-6540 Planning a Good Staycation You took time off work, the kids are off from school — and you don’t want to waste this time just sitting around. Plan your staycation like you would a trip out of town. Make a list of places you want to visit, restaurant­s you want to eat at, even what your goals for the staycation are. Do you want to explore as much of your town as possible? Do you want to be relaxed at the end of it? Let the answers to those questions guide your planning. The Health Sessions has other tips for how to get the most of your staycation. Do Research Even if you’re staying in the same city you’ve lived in for a decade, get online and find some new places to see. See what special events are happening during your time off or check out the local community center or college for a cooking class or food tour. See what TripAdviso­r says is the No. 1 thing to do in your town. Also, consider what you’ve wanted to do but not been able to because you’re at work. Make plans for brunch, hit a restaurant for lunch that’s always too busy at dinnertime, see a matinee or explore museums that are only open on weekdays. Make a Budget, but be Open to Splurge You’re on vacation! Spend a little more money than you normally would. Go out for meals, spend a night in a local hotel (weeknight rates tend to be lower than weekend) and enjoy the hot tub and swimming pool, tons of channels on the TV and not making the bed. That said, it’s good to have a budget in mind and know where your money is going. When you’re trying to relax and have fun, money can seem to spend itself. Change up Your Routine Leave chocolates on your pillows, order food in and eat on the couch in your pajamas, get a vase of flowers for the dining room or living room table and sleep in. Also, don’t be afraid to turn off your cell phone, leave it in another room or not answer non-emergency phones or texts. If you wouldn’t handle it when you’re out of town, don’t handle it on a staycation.

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