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Waterproof Window Blinds


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    window blinds
  • A window blind is a type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. A roller blind does not have slats but comprises a single piece of material.
    waterproof
  • make watertight; "Waterproof the coat"
  • any fabric impervious to water
  • rainproof: not permitting the passage of water
  • Not liable to be washed away by water
  • Impervious to water
waterproof window blinds - Teva Charge
Teva Charge Waterproof Outdoor Shoe (Toddler/Little Kid/Big Kid),Black,13 M US Little Kid
Teva Charge Waterproof Outdoor Shoe (Toddler/Little Kid/Big Kid),Black,13 M US Little Kid
The next time you take your little boy for a walk in the woods, make sure his feet are up for the challenge with Teva's Charge WP Hiking Shoes. Teva constructed the Charge WP with grippy rubber outsoles and durable synthetic uppers to handle all the mud, rocks, and slippery surfaces you two are sure to encounter along the way. And with the waterproof membranes, shallow stream crossings and puddles don't stand a chance of slowing either of you down.

Product Features
Upper Material: leather, synthetic
Waterproofing: waterproof membrane
Sole: Spider 365 (rubber)
Midsole:
Footbed:
Construction:
Lacing: standard
Weight:
Recommended Use: age of exploration
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year

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Woolacombe panorama from the hill
Woolacombe panorama from the hill
It was the fifth day of my holiday, and I decided to walk up the huge hill overlooking Woolacombe to see what the view was like. The weather had been getting a bit cloudy and it had rained in the night, so I wrapped up and set off, up Rockfield Road and turned right and headed up the hill. I saw some cattle on the way up, (bullocks, probably just one year old - I have no idea) who were on the other side of the hill, and who moved off when they saw me. I stuck to the edge of the heather to avoid walking directly towards them, and carried on up the hill, until I came to a point where the heather narrowed to a cul de sac and I was forced to turn around and go a bit, towards the cattle who had come round behind me. This seemed to worry them a bit, and they ran up over the crest of the hill. I walked back until I found a path to go up the hill again, and found a nice flat spot to stop and take a few photos, which I stitched into this panorama. This is 235 degrees wide horizontally, and 33 degrees vertically, and was made from about 11 shots. Anyway, the rain had really started to fall by now, and the window for taking pictures was closing, so I put the camera away, put the waterproof pouch back over the bag and went to walk down the hill, only to see that having run up over the top of the hill, the cattle had come back down around behind me. I tried walking to the left to see if they would move away to the right, but no, this time they just stood there looking at me. I spent a lot of time on my grandparents farm as a kid, and I never liked walking around with livestock, as some of them them combine curiosity with stupidity, and weighing a lot. These cattle were not very big, but they might just have weighed twice what I weigh (230 lbs) so I wasn't going to annoy them on a slippery hillside. I turned and walked up the hill, into the increasingly torrential rain, and now the bloody things began following me, shoulder to shoulder, up the increasingly narrow path in the heather. I prayed this would not be another blind avenue, and thankfully it narrowed to a single track path, crested a rise and turned into a rocky shale path down into a field. Praying once more that this was not the way to their field, I walked down, trying not to look back too often. The lead animal stopped at the crest of the path, and watched me as I slipped and scrambled down towards a gate at the bottom of the hill. I got home about half an hour later, in what was now a complete cloudburst, soaked to the skin. Full size is 7K by 1K, large is 1024 x 145, so do try the big one to see anything.
beachatllanfairfechan01.jpg
beachatllanfairfechan01.jpg
This afternoon I decided to forget about work and take my D40 out for a jaunt somewhere. I decided this with bright sunshine streaming through the blinds in my study window. Actually, it's more a box bedroom than a study, but that's a different matter. I knew that a band I really wanted to see were playing in Bangor, so I thought that I could get some decent shots taken -- in the sun -- on Anglesey and then get back over the bridge in time to sample the magnificence of Johnny Horizontal. By the time I had driven the 50 or so miles to Llanfairfechan, you'd have thought I had driven onto the most frostbitten and northern tip of one of the Faeroe Islands in the middle of January. The sky went charcoal [wearing a teasing rainbow] and it started to hailstone and spit rain with unerring accuracy into my face. I got two shots before my supposedly waterproof Khagoul was soaked through. I missed the band, incidentally. In Bangor, good bands who have been patronized by the likes of Huw Stephens on BBC Radio 1 [and ME!] play lower on the bill than bands writing bumbling songs about mates who they're pissed off with because they're [the mates] moving out of town to go to university. FEEL MY GLOOM!

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