Video: Year 9 Of Using Pour Over Coffee Method and Why I think It’s the best Around

I got the simple porcelain ceramic pour over coffee maker 9 years ago and it has yet to fail me.

There are many reasons why I love this method and I’ll list them:

  • Compact form, easily stored in a cabinet.
  • Excellent tasting coffee
  • No moving parts to fail
  • Saves lots of money over crappy Keurig coffee (I’ve yet to have a single Keurig made coffee that wowed me)
  • A simple toss of the paper filter into the trash and rinse and it’s clean as a whistle and ready for the next use

I want less stuff on our counters, not more.

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Porcelain Coffee Filter/Holder Pour-Over

I use it with a small electric water kettle that stores away easily as well, link to purchase here-

9 years going and I make at least one coffee a day in it. By my calculations it’s saved me thousands by home brewing at a cost of under 35 cents per cup to brew at home.

I’m a fan of @XfinitySupport Cable Service But The New Clickers Are A Downgrade Rather Than and Upgrade

The flatter surface is difficult to click on the new clickers while the older clickers are much easier to use. I’d recommend you hold on to your older clickers rather than “upgrade”.

The slightly raised arrow buttons are more of a miss when clicking them than a hit which can be frustrating and lead to a less enjoyable user experience.

Free Streaming Nia, Restorative Yoga and Moving to Heal Classes via Zoom with Linda for the Week of Jan. 17th New Saturday Classes

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New Saturday Classes

With the proliferation of Omicron I decided to add a Nia and Restorative Yoga class on Saturday mornings for Jan and Feb. Nia at 10 AM (come early at 9:30 for chatting. Bring your hot drink and enjoy some socialization.) Restorative Yoga at 11:15 AM. The links are on the zoom class page of the website. We had a large number of people attend the classes on New Year’s Day so I thought I’d continue it till covid quiets down. We are so done with you covid!!!!

Current Nia Routine: Disney Songs

This Disney routine focuses on the hands and feet.The body parts we take the most for granted, until they are painful.

So join us and we’ll have fun singing and dancing to Disney Songs. Here’s a sneak preview of one of my favorite finds, an a cappella version of“I Wanna Be Like You”from…

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GloucesterCast 542 With Scottie Mac, and Joey C Livestreaming 1/16/22

GloucesterCast 542 With Scottie Mac, and Joey C Livestreaming 1/16/22

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Expert Assembly From GMG Jim

I recently ordered this rack from Amazon for a little less than $50. The sale included an offer for “expert assembly” costing an additional $125 (you read that right…$125 to expertly assembly a towel rack…) I offered Jim a beer and it was assembled in about 10 minutes. It’s a crazy world we are living in……gotta wonder who orders $125 expert assembly for a towel rack? I will admit, there have been some late Christmas Eves when I would have gladly paid for toy assembly…….but not a towel rack. Really Amazon? C’mon…….