- Referrals based upon successful installation of AirMax at the residence/business.
- You may enter yourself as the referral for your own activation if there is no other referrer.
- One entry per AirMax activation.
- Referrers may be entered multiple times for the same tablet drawing. Each referral is another entry for the drawing.
- Each tablet will be drawn from a group of 10 referrals.
- Referrals not winning a tablet will be held for additional drawings to be held at a later date.
- Tablet referral program effective until April 1st, 2016. Referral program may be changed, or prize may be changed at that time. Don’t worry, it won’t go away, we just may want to make it better!
3 eggs per sandwich
1 ramen packet per sandwich
butter for frying pan
BACON, cheese, and other toppings
1 – Bring water to boil with the flavor packet from the Ramen.
2 – Bring a frying pan to medium heat.
3 – Put the noodles in the boiling water for 10-15 seconds until you can open the noodles.
4 – Butter the pan, and put the noodles opened up onto the pan.
5 – Crack three eggs over the noodles and break the yolks.
6 – When the bottom side has cooked, flip the ramen over.
7 – Add your bacon, ham, whatever to the Ramen
8 – Close the ramen noodles again in half.
9 – Flip it over, and let it finish cooking.
10 – Enjoy!
2 – Big cans of Matayos Green Enchliada Sauce
2 – 14oz. cans of chicken broth
1 – 8oz. carton of Half & Half
1.5 lbs. of cooked, diced chicken
1 – 14oz. can of sweet corn
Cilantro and Garlic to taste (dried or fresh)
Salt and Pepper to taste
Toppings – Sour Cream, Cheese, Tomatoes, Avocados, Green Chilies and Chips to tasts
Cook all ingredients (except toppings) in a large crockpot on high for four hours.
Top with Sour Cream, Cheese, Tomatoes, Avocados, Green Chilies and Chips
Source: Someone Amanda works with..
- 2 Honeycrisp apples (or other crisp apples)
- 2 tbsp butter
- 3 tbsp brown sugar, packed
- 1 tbsp flour
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 4 caramels
- Optional toppings: vanilla ice cream, caramel sauce and cinnamon
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
- To get the blooming apple look, you need to cut the apples. Slice off the top 1/4 to 1/3 of the apples. Scoop out the core. I don’t have an apple corer so I used my metal 1/2 teaspoon measuring spoon. Then, use a thin knife to make two, deep circular cuts around the center of the apple. Next, turn the apple over and make narrow cuts all the way around the apple. Flip it back over and you can see all of the cuts.
- Place the apples in an oven safe dish and put two caramels into the center of each apple.
- Heat butter and brown sugar in the microwave for 30 second, stir and continue heating for an additional 30 seconds. Remove from the microwave and stir in flour and cinnamon. Divide the mixture over the top of the two sliced apples.
- Bake at 375 for 25-30 minutes. (Check apples after 25 minutes and continue cooking until tender. Some apples can take 45 min to 1 hour to soften.)
- Remove from the oven and use a large spoon to move the apples into bowls.
- Top with a scoop of ice cream, drizzle with caramel and sprinkle with cinnamon. The ice cream will cause the caramel in the center to harden so eat quickly or put the ice cream scoop on the side.
Source: The Gunny Sack
Update with NEW recommendation!
Update: February 21st, 2016.
Your current Internet options in the Round Valley area: (new recommendation of AirMax. Scroll down to see why).
1 – AirMax (Microwave) – AirMax offers a number of plans that cater to different groups of Internet users. Most common plans are $40 per month (6Mbps down/2Mbps up) and $55 per month (10Mbps down/4Mbps up). This technology relies on line-of-sight to the tower. The link provided above has a map of locations of towers in our area, and the AirMax team continues to build out the network to provide more coverage to more addresses. I have performed extensive testing on this service since September of 2015, and have been satisfied with the over-all service levels in various weather conditions. My concerns about it being a wireless technology, and having latency has been minimized the longer I have the service running. Streaming content as well as on-demand needs such as online gaming are not hindered over this Internet connection.
- For the gamers reading, NAT level 2 is provided for this connection. This allows you to host games from your Internet connection.
- As of 2/21/2016, the updated date of this post, there is no public IP/static IP option with this ISP. It is the only big caveat I have found with the service that makes it limiting. I have found workarounds for my own needs, but have also engaged AirMax to begin conversations in expanding their service to provide this as an option for their customers. It would enable more businesses to make AirMax their primary Internet connection if they have hosted services at their location.
2 – Verizon LTE (3G/LTE) – I’ve seen ~50Mbps down and ~15Mbps up. The obvious downside to this is that unless you have a grandfathered “unlimited” plan, you will find your data cap rather quickly. Since the upgrade to LTE, I have seen these speed be consistent. I also use Verizon’s data services through my iPhone or iPad when traveling. It is a much safer option while traveling when your other option is the Hotel’s free/pay wireless Internet. Public WiFi in general is a great way to contract a virus or malware. It is ZNET’s recommendation to avoid public WiFi when transmitting personal information of any kind.
3 – Frontier Communications (aDSL) – My provisioned 6Mpbs connection usually runs in the 3.5Mbps range with a constant .36Mbps up. It is aDSL so you upload speeds will be affected by the amount of your current downloads. The service appears to be oversold and saturated in local markets, which cause speed issues or total unavailability of service to certain areas. Frontier has also placed a new WAN link between the Springerville C.O. and Show Low. This was anticipated to increase and stabilize existing provisioned speeds for aDSL users.
- Frontier Communications offers dry-loop or “naked” DSL for those not wanting a “home” phone service coupled with their aDSL connection.
- Frontier Communications offers dedicated circuits as well, but these are not covered in this post as they are not a typical solution for most residential/business users.
4 – Wi-Power (Microwave) –
Wi-power now offers a “media” plan offering a 10Mbps bursted service with dedicated speeds of 5Mbps if you have line of sight to that particular tower. Pricing is ~$100 per month as of late 2015 for the media plan.
I have called and spoken with their local and regional staff. They will sell “bursted” data, but will only guarante 1.5Mbps up and down. While discussing my options with Wi-Power they asked what I used the Internet for and how many devices I had. At the end of our conversation they recommend I stay with my current ISP because they couldn’t guarantee the speeds I was requesting.
5 – DishNET (Satellite) – Offering allowance-based Internet similar to Verizon and other cellular data plans. The difference is, once you download/upload your allowance your speeds are “significantly reduced for that data allotment period for the remainder of the billing cycle.” When I installed HughesNET in the early 2000s, this equated to around dialup speeds. This is also not a good option for any real-time data needs such as stocks and online gaming. The sheer distance the data is traveling causes latency.
6 – CellularONE (3G/4G being built out). Cellular Data Plan similar to Verizon LTE. Pricing available per GB of traffic. CellularONE is currently working to build out their 4G network.
7 – Various dial-up services. Do we really need to discuss these? Synchronous 56Kbps connections dependent upon the quality of the cable ran between the C.O. and your computer.
UPDATED Recommendation: The all-around best choice is AirMax. I have always looked for a faster, more reliable option for my Internet connection. I rely on it professionally for work as well as personally for media streaming. Finding AirMax, meeting their team, and beginning to use it in Q3 of 2015 resulted in me dropping my previous ISP. I have also became the direct reselling agent for AirMax in our area. It is both the product I have in my home, and the product I recommend for almost every residential and business Internet need.
Marshmallow Caramel Popcorn
• 1/2 c. brown sugar
• 1/2 c. butter
• 9-10 marshmallows
• 12 c. popcorn
• Microwave brown sugar and butter for 2 minutes, add marshmallows & microwave until melted.
• Pour over popcorn.
Source: Liz Bevan Horsley
This is a book of Popcorn recipes that Amanda found from her mission. There are so many different ones I just scanned the book and made it a PDF for your enjoyment.