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City: -111.8906 Arizona, United States
Kaz and Lara's story is one I have enjoyed immensely. Following on from Johnny and Holli, Dex and Rochelle this is another winner from SL Scott.
I have a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee with factory-installed brightside roof rails, and this rack does fit it (I just installed mine). This appears to be the same roof rack as the mopar rack. One detail that I wanted to know: their construction. The foot/base on each side is plastic, but the locking mechanism (the inside stuff that hooks to the rails on your roof) and the cross bar (that your kayak, etc. will hook to/rest on) are metal. Overall, the rack seems well constructed. It takes some effort to put it up, though, given the less than perfect instructions. Here's what I learned:
I am not buying this brand anymore. There was no seal on the product at all. And I was curious to see if this product really is all organic. I did research and it's not!
I decided to give an Apple product a try, since they're less prone to viruses than PCs. Bought a MacBook. Trouble is, I have roughly 50,000 Word documents, at least half of which I had been hoping to be able to use with my new MacBook while travelling--I'd had the Word for Mac program installed on my new machine.
This charger is great. It was just what I needed for my hubby and I's iPhones. So far it it is working great. I love that we can have both of our phones plugged into the one charger. It is fairly large, but not overly bulky. I was given this product at a discounted rate in return for my honest opinion... And I really think the charger and cord are worth the retail price. Five stars!
I read this book to my super smart 3-year-old. It kept his attention and made him smile. I will definitely read this book again as well as check out other titles from the same author.