Great idea. I feel like "groceries delivered" has been a promising business model for a while, but hasn't worked out in many places. I remember a service called "Peapod" from like 1999. It's good to hear that it is possible---now I wonder what is preventing it from proliferating.
For more about the free interesting tour, click here: salsa.wiredforchange.com/o/162...
The free two-hour tour is a healthy, meaningful way to find out more about the worst civil engineering disaster in U.S. history. Beginning at City Park, we'll cycle along Bayou St. John to the first stop, the east breach of the London Avenue Canal. Traveling alongside the canal, the next stop is the west breach of the London Avenue Canal. Then, cyclists will ride along Lake Pontchartrain to the 17th Street Canal breach site before heading back to City Park. Time permitting, there are other stops, too. Cyclists can view the breach sites and the affected neighborhoods and will hear brief discussions on the failure of levees and flood walls designed and built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Please register by Wed April 13. - salsa.wiredforchange.com/o/162...
There were plenty of feral dog packs in N. O. before the Federal Flood of 2005--at least 3 in Mid-City, Surely you don't want that to return.
Many landlords do not accept dogs because so many dog owners do not properly train or control their dogs.