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2023.06.03 20:55 wildbill_89 Over night camping, bear hunting

Hi there, I’m hunting black bear in BC Canada and it will be my first time setting up a camp and doing a 2 night hunt, camping out with tents and we’ll likely have a vehicle as well.
My question is, what is the generally accepted protocol for not attracting bears into your camp? Can the food items be left in the car safely? Should we park the car far away from our tents? Any general advice on ideal environments to choose for setting up camp?
Just looking for advice on keeping safe overnight in bear country with and without a vehicle in a camp set up.
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2023.06.03 20:31 The_Rural_Banshee Christmas Lake

I’d like to get my paddleboard out to Christmas lake this summer, as I’ve heard it’s one of the more beautiful locations. From what I’m seeing, there are only about 7 parking spots there? Last time I went to the public access at Merry Ln there were a lot of cars, and the parked cars had boat trailers which meant only 3 cars could actually park there, since the trailers took up an extra spot. Wondering if there are any other areas to park and access the lake? I don’t need a boat launch obviously, just a spot where I can park near enough to the lake. Does anyone know of any other spots? Or is it just a situation where I keep driving out and hope for the best, maybe get lucky and grab a spot once?
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2023.06.03 20:23 cash4yourtreasures Any takers? Classic non tipper..

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2023.06.03 20:20 MagicalIcecorn Summer is extra lonely

I do 99.9% of stuff on my own. Everywhere I go I see families, couples, friends out together enjoying the weather. People hanging out in the park doing fun group things like bbqs.
I even notice cars going past, the majority have at least one passenger.
How do I stop noticing this stuff?
It’s not even like I can do that kind of lifestyle it looks stressful. But I just kinda wish I was like that.
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2023.06.03 20:16 CigarRecon First Cigar Recon event of the year

First Cigar Recon event of the year
Doing the Cubans and Cognac event at Brandywine Creek State Park.
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2023.06.03 20:11 isabella1018 Bears at Grundy Park

Hi! I have never seen a bear before and am currently staying at Grundy Provincial Park. Where is a good place on or around the park to spot a bear? (Or even a moose).
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2023.06.03 20:11 HighHeeledDuck Quick trip report 5/31-6/2

5/31 -Arrived mid afternoon to DS for quick shopping and to pick up AP (We live in North FL and took a year break from them) Checked into Pop room and went down for a quick bite in the food court and for the kids (7 and 5) to play in arcade, which always seemed to be one of the things my kids love most about Disney for some reason.
6/1 - Rope dropped HS (First time using Skyliner as a hotel guest and what a absolute treat.) Short line but was always moving and makes getting to park a treat. Booked a G+ for MMRR later in morning while we rode. After rope drop, rushed to SDD for kids to have change of heart, the height in person vs YouTube videos got to them, lol. Pivoted and did TSM and Saucers in quick order and then headed over to GE to ride the Falcon. After that it was time for our G+ on MMRR. Fantastic preshow and ride, easily top 2 overall family favorite. Afterwards rushed over to do Dance Party and then meet and greets for all the DisJunior friends was a huge hit with our kids. Then we had a 10:50 lunch at Prime Time cafe (which I somehow never heard about the colorful wait staff before and was a awesome surprise.) Food was excellent and will definitely be in my sit down rotation going forward. During lunch I started to stack G+ for afternoon fun at MK. After lunch we headed back to the hotel for a few hours break/naps.
Around 330 we left and caught a bus to MK and during the break I was able to stack G+ for Buzz, Ariel meet for the wife and daughter and Pirates for myself and son, Peter Pan and a ILL for 7DMT. I have become obsessed with this strategy of rope dropping for a few rides and then breaking and stacking for the afternoon/night. By the time we left at 830, we were able to do Buzz, BTMR, Pooh, Ariel ride and meet, Speedway, Teacups, Storytime with Belle, Pirates, Peter Pan and 7DMT taking our time while also taking 45 minutes for dinner at Cosmic Rays. Granted it did not seem overly crowded but wasn’t empty either. I find this way I don’t have to stress much in the morning planning out my whole day, I can asses at lunch and plan where to hop to or return to later.
6/2 - Was 4th car into Epcot (We returned home this day, why I drove instead of using Skyliner to save trip all the way back to Pop. Was a tough day if you wanted to do E ticket rides because Test Track was down the entire time, Remy’s was down until nearly noon and Guardians had a few issues in the morning. So after trying to rope drop Remy, we decided to stroll around World Showcase on our way to Norway to get in line for Anna/Elsa meet which was lovely and then a breakfast at Akershus Hall for Princess meet and greets. Food was excellent and staff and princess’s were amazing. Snow White forgot about us but came back and spent quite a while with my daughter and made it super magical. After lunch we did a G+ for Frozen ride and then made our way around the end of the showcase towards our next G+ at Soarin. On the way, we noticed Pluto under a little pavilion and stopped because my son was getting jealous of all the autographs my daughter was getting. Meet was awesome and afterwards, and I didn’t know this was a thing, but Pluto and his handlers invited my kids to walk him down the path towards the lagoon where he was taking a break. The handler and photopass photographer we’re amazing and talking to my kids and asking them all about our trip and turned into the absolute highlight! (I already submitted compliments in the app for them.) After that we did Soarin, Nemo and wandered the aquarium for a little while before stopping to get our figment magnets and calling it a trip!
All in all in was a excellent 48 hour trip. Weather was amazing for June in Florida, low 80’s high and breezy most of them time.
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2023.06.03 20:09 isabella1018 Bears at Grundy Lake

Hello! I have never seen a bear and was wondering where in or around the park I would have the best chance of seeing one? We are staying at Grundy Provincial Park
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2023.06.03 20:05 cronepower24 Access to the Burke Gilman

Anyone know a good way to access the Burke Gilman between Lake Forest Park and Matthews Beach? I live in Olympic Hills neighborhood and want to ride my bike to the trail, instead of loading up my bike in my car.
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2023.06.03 20:04 NickIrvinOfficial Colorado! I'm throwing a free outdoor Techno event in two weeks! Please stop by! 🌅

It's on June 17th at Clear Creek Valley Park. It's at their amphitheater and I'm bringing a killer sound system too.
It starts at 1pm and it goes until sun set.
I picked some of the best local talent in Denver to play. These people really are in it for the love of the music and they've been in the scene for many years. To close out the night, SURCO is bringing his custom setup for a two hour LIVE Techno set. You don't want to miss it
Bring yourself, bring your friends and come make friends. We're going to celebrate music and life!
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2023.06.03 19:57 TexanLoneStar Looking for a career adjacent to my field of study. Planning to finish up my Associates in Science and then move on to a BS in Microbiology. Based on my back ground in the description what should I go for?

I am in Dallas, Texas to give a gauge of job types.
I currently work 2 jobs and it's hard. I want to to get a singular job in a career and resume going back to school. I never finished my Associates in Science and only have 3 courses left, which I would like to resume work on once I get a solid job.
My dream job would be getting a doctorates in environmental microbiology and going to foreign lands like the Amazon or Sahara on grants to take samples and analyze the soil or water or whatever have you.
Thinking on a smaller level that kind of means that I need to look for something in the environmental / ecological field within the DFW Metroplex.
My only related background in this sort of work is that I worked as a cowboy for around 4 years on and off. There was really a myriad of different tasks, and some of it involved field work (as far as a rancher could call it that). I also have completed some college-level science courses in which I worked with microscopic rock samples and microscopic organisms. Usually in my cover letter I include that first and foremost that I have prepared, set up, collected data, analyzed data, and written up reports as a form of experience.
I think something where I go out into the creeks or lakes or forests and collect samples would be cool. Even cooler if I worked in a lab or could analyze them. I've found some interesting jobs in that regard but most of them seems to require a BS in some sort of biology-related discipline.
The only thing I have been able to think of construction materials testing. I've applied for a few and while I'm open to the idea I may struggle with autism, so loud sounds can be quite hard on me mentally and because of that I'm a bit hesitant and looking into other fields... soil, water, wind, etc.
Any suggestions welcome. Thanks!
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2023.06.03 19:54 thelegendhimself Where to park to paddle kettle creek ?

I want to paddle down kettle creek / and then back up - are there any good free to park spots ?
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2023.06.03 19:50 ThatDoodch Show Review: Memorial Meltdown (5.28.23)

Eventually... these write-ups may have another home... but for now here's a little something I wrote about the day I attended Meltdown. Looking forward to doing a lot more of these as the year goes on. Also, we just hit 900 subs! The official climb to 1K is upon us!
Dogs In A Pile were a hot topic of discussion on a equally *HOT* day in Lake George, NY at Charles R. Wood Park. Fans adorned with Dogs merch galore roamed the second day of Memorial Meltdown waiting for their heroes to take the stage at 5:30pm. One Time Weekend opened the day’s festivities with a bouncy and surprisingly versatile set. Interested in catching them based on word of mouth from Dogs bassist Sam Lucid, I was not disappointed. The band had the ability to make the crowd groove and headbang at the drop of a dime. Lead-vocalist Ian D’Arcangelo mentioned they will play on Saturday at Peach Music Festival in a few weeks (Dogs will play on Friday). By the audible reaction, it seemed as if the talented and young Connecticut group earned more than a handful of fans that would gladly show up.
The next slot belonged to Mihali & Friends as Twiddle’s frontman Mihali Savoulidis and a group of rotating talent went on to please the continuously filling-in crowd. The phones came out of many-a-pocket as Dogs guitarist/vocalist Jimmy Law plugged in for his first of two songs as a special guest on stage – he would later join Twiddle in their headlining set for a tune (“Breakididown”). Mihali’s cover of Dave Matthews Band’s “#41” was a hit in a region of the country that has heard many epic versions of the song by its original creators.
With the scorching sun winding down, the Dogs took the stage following a loving introduction by their friend and festival promoter Dave Ehmann. “These guys have my heart and I know they have yours too”, Ehmann said to the crowd before mentioning the band would return to the park for Adirondack Independence Music Festival in September.
Naturally, the Dogs started their set with “Frosty” on an 86-degree day. Lead singer Brian Murray, looking effortlessly cool with his groovy sunglasses and festival crew shirt, led the charge on what’s become a fan-favorite since being debuted late last summer at Garcia’s in Port Chester. A “Blues for Brian” sandwich followed with a “2001” filling that knocked the collective socks off the rambunctious Dog Pound – a special contingent of supporters who always create a fun, safe and energetic dancefloor for fans old and new alike to enjoy.
Should they rename the event space “Charlie” R. Wood Park? The Dogs made their case with a ripping rendition of “Charlie”, one of their premier jam vehicles, that segued into an epic “No Quarter” cover with keyboardist Jeremy Kaplan manning the mic. A set highlight “G Song” allowed Jimmy Law to command a wonderfully earned solo.
From there, it was time for drummer Joe Babick to wow attendees on the kit as he showed off his chops and stamina while beating the instruments of his craft to a pulp. This led to Twiddle’s Adrian Tramontano joining the band to finish off the “Drums” section and break into Dave Ehmann’s favorite Dogs cover “Samson and Delilah”. “Say Something”, which has become a staple show-closeencore, ended the set on wildly successful high note.
As the night came to a close and with Twiddle recently announcing their upcoming hiatus, one couldn’t help to wonder if Dogs In A Pile are destined to plant their flag as one of the premier Northeast jam bands. An accolade amongst an endless list of benchmarks the five-piece band can accomplish along their career. With their current trajectory and future outlook, their stars are starting to shine as bright as the sun was coming down on a beautiful Memorial Meltdown day filled with family, friends and something the Dogs are very used to providing – joy.
Catching up with Sam Lucid post-show, he was graciously open to contributing to what I hope to be a building tradition. Asking one of the guys what their favorite jam of the night was! We’ll call this edition “Sam’s Jam”.
Sam’s Jam: G Song. “I felt like we really connected on that jam”, Lucid said. When asked if he thought that would be the unanimous pick across the board for the band he interestingly mentioned: “we all respect each other’s opinions on what works and what doesn’t work. It can differ from night-to-night. But that’s how you grow closer together and as a playing unit. Everyone has a voice in Dogs In A Pile.”
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2023.06.03 19:44 Ecarter58 Anyone pick up these mystery packages? What are they, and is that the final pay or is like a hidden tip situation. Seems sketch

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2023.06.03 19:43 caitrenee101 Family with young toddler considering moving to Muskegon

Hello all! My partner (32M) and I (33F) are considering relocating to Michigan from Ohio and hoping to get some insight from others about the areas we're interested in. We are particularly interested in hearing from parents in the Western part of the Michigan about your experience as an outdoor oriented family. We have a 2 YO.
Some things we're interested in: 1. Outdoor culture! We'd love to be around like minded families with young kids who like to camp, swim, walk, bike, run, etc. 2. We would LOVE to buy an affordable (for us, ~$250k) home that is within walking distance of some restaurants and parks. 3. Racial and economic diversity. We don't want to live in a predominantly white wealthy town. We are also politically progressive/left and this is an important part of our family value system. 4. Potentially, secular homeschooling group access. We are non religious and would like to have access to non religious groups. Our child is not school-aged but we have loose plans to homeschool.
Some areas we are currently considering are Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and obviously, Muskegon. I really like the idea of lake access on a regular basia, and all of the learning opportunities it provides, so Muskegon is my current top choice, based on nothing other than my internet sleuthing 🤣 It looks as if Glenside/Lakeside might suit our needs? How is Nims? We are coming from a major metro area and crime stats do not freak us out (like, we already are used to locking our cars and garage), but want our kid to be able to play in the yard without worrying. We both work remotely so jobs are not a consideration. We would likely need some sort of part-time childcare, so this is a consideration in a smaller town/city.
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2023.06.03 19:43 trippininthewild A Psychedelic Journey in the Enchanting Lake District (with photos and a poem)

A Psychedelic Journey in the Enchanting Lake District (with photos and a poem)
Every year, like a cherished tradition, my family and I embark on a pilgrimage to the captivating Lake District for a week, a sanctuary that has witnessed our growth and weathered our losses. However, this year held a secret plan within my heart, a deviation from the norm, at 10:15, I indulged in the fruits of my own labour, ingesting little over half a gram of Golden Teachers, nurtured by my own hands. My intention was to keep it a clandestine affair, allowing the walk to unfold naturally, untouched by inquiries into my well-being. Looking back, perhaps it would have been wise to confide in my partner, but fate would have its way, and all would unfold seamlessly.
At 11:00, we embarked on our journey, and the mild effects began to reveal themselves. The pebbles of Lakeland slate beneath my feet seemed to ripple, like whispers from a hidden realm. Yet, my mind remained clear, relishing the scenic splendour as we ascended a rugged, stony track, with distant hills adorning the horizon.
Around 11:30, a faint wave of nausea brushed against my senses. Unsure if it was the shrooms' doing, as I had never experienced such discomfort before from them, I confided in my mother. I didn’t tell her why I might be feeling like that but she offered me a Rennie, an English indigestion remedy. It soothed my troubled stomach, and we pressed on. During this time, I remained mostly silent, occasionally pausing to admire the majestic hills. At one point, a large military plane swept low across the valley, infusing our surroundings with a thrilling surge of excitement that set our hearts racing.
Finally, we reached the top of our short ascent, greeted by a breath-taking sight—Wetherlam, an ethereal mountain, where the divine and earthly realms embrace in a captivating fusion. It was all starting to feel otherworldly, and as we descended, we stumbled upon Dale End farm. A modest stall displayed enticing cakes for sale, and several members of our group couldn't resist their allure. One of the farmers replenished the offerings while we were there. Engaging in conversation, my mother's curiosity got us an invitation to witness the lambs under their care. Embracing the opportunity, I watched as my niece cradled a precious lamb named Pickle, its gentle presence evoking a profound sense of connection.
After bidding farewell, our journey continued, leading us to Little Langdale Tarn—a serene mountain lake nestled at the foot of Wetherlam. At 12:30 I was peaking; the psychedelic tide surged within me, as I relinquished the company of the group and allowed the world to envelop my senses. Basking in the sun's warm caress, I closed my eyes, and the boundaries of reality dissolved. Visions of awe-inspiring landscapes inspired by my location danced across my mind, entwined with fragments of the essences of cherished childhood memories, imbuing me with a profound sense of peace and joy.
A few moments later, difficult to know how long, I realised I should make haste and rejoin the family so as not to cause alarm due to my sudden disappearance. I found them gathered near Slater's Bridge for a well-deserved lunch. This enchanting spot held an otherworldly allure, where a mosaic of slate slabs forms the bridge over the gentle currents of the River Brathay. Dragonflies flit about, and silver-scaled fish gracefully swim beneath the crystal-clear water.
Observing my family seated on a nearby flat boulder, I was overwhelmed by their unwavering care and concern, demonstrated through their attentiveness when I had mentioned feeling unwell earlier. With heartfelt sincerity, I expressed my profound appreciation for our family, perhaps in a manner tinged with sentimentality, but it felt in earnest and like it was the right thing to say. Savouring the simple pleasure of my peanut butter sandwiches, my humble vegetables and the shared indulgence of pistachios with my partner, I found myself inspired to pen a concise poem that encapsulated the essence of my journey, shaped by the flavours that danced upon my tongue.
The open skiesThe gentle brookThe falling birdsWith their hooks
The lying ladySlumbers lonelyThe bitter tasteOf clashing rocks
The sweet nutty tasteOf a close-knit familyThat ask after youOr offer you a Rennie
The “lying lady” was a figure I saw on the ridge-line of a nearby hill, the way the rocks and the ridge interacted made me think of a woman lying on her back . I closed my eyes a few more times during lunch and had some visuals of a huge human-like form standing in the landscapes we had traversed. This is a recurring vision I have, I don’t know who they are but they emanate both gentle serenity and awe-inspiring grandeur. As my family conversed around me, their voices seemed to traverse space and time, whispering from my ear, then from afar, then right before me. Among the kaleidoscope of visuals, one stood out—the convergence of damp, moss-covered stone walls, forming a sharp angle, on each wall, one brick was replaced by a stone resembling the head of a frog. Its whimsical allure enchanted me without rhyme or reason.
After lunch, the children embraced the surrounding playground of nature, and I, transported by the nostalgic embrace of my own inner child, immersed myself fully in the experience. I watched with delight as my niece attempted to capture elusive fish, I leapt from rock to rock, and played the role of a mischievous troll, teasingly pretending to chase after my nephew. In one animated escapade, my enthusiasm startled unsuspecting passers-by on the bridge. Succumbing to the tranquil allure of the waters, I spent the ensuing half-hour perched by the bank, my feet immersed in the cool embrace. As tiny fish delicately nibbled away my dead skin, I revelled in the symbiotic dance between human and aquatic life.
We passed two hours in this wondrous haven before we ventured towards Cathedral Quarry. Though the psychedelic tide gradually receded, my heart brimmed with gratitude for the extraordinary journey I had embarked upon. Nonetheless I was still awed by this place, within the depths of the cavernous space, a majestic rock pillar stood and through a large window carved in the stone, a vibrant vista of lush greenery unfolded, evoking a profound sense of spirituality.
As we retraced our steps homeward, the world sobered around me, leaving little to report. Yet, the magnificence of the journey remained etched upon my soul—a reminder that small doses possess the power to unlock extraordinary experiences, granting desirable effects while allowing for a grounded sense of control. At all points I felt that my trip was undetected but my family revealed to me later that I had come across as a little distant and introspective. In due course, I revealed my secret to them, met with curiosity rather than judgment.
Dear friends, I implore you to embark on your own pilgrimage to the Lake District, to immerse yourselves in its splendour and perhaps partake in a psychedelic journey of your own. I particularly recommend a walk through Little Langdale, which holds an enchantment unlike any other that even without the aid of psychedelics, is a place of profound magic.
EDIT: Formatting
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2023.06.03 19:41 Available-History-22 Railroad Resort and RV Park. #shasta # California

Railroad Resort and RV Park. #shasta # California
Nestled up in the hills of California there is Castle Crag. Just pass this is a unique location with converted railroad cars and cabins. On the same property is an RV park and camping location next to the Castle creek river. We are currently in a pull through site, #24, near the river and ready for fun. A great family location with a pool and hot tub. A walking path and close to Lake Shasta.
This weekend, the Mini Cooper club was here and added to the fun!! Heading for a Bloody Mary from the bar. Have a good weekend.
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2023.06.03 19:40 Day2205 How is the Temescal (Claremont dmv) farmers market compared to the Lake?

Despite living 3 blocks from it, I’ve never gone as I usually hit Grand Lake on Saturday’s. But feeling under the weather today and thinking about going to Temescal tomorrow but I guess I’d like to set my expectations as I think Grand Lake is probably the best farmers market in Oakland.
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2023.06.03 19:18 walker4494 I Do Not Dream Of Labor

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2023.06.03 19:18 SynCitay Vent

My boyfriend and I took the kids 2.5yrs and 9month old for a walk today, weather is nice and we needed it after a few donuts and coffee for breakfast. There’s a park near by that we were walking to, boyfriend holding toddlers hand and I was pushing little one in stroller. About 3 blocks before we got to the park we encountered a big dog, it was loose in the yard, no fence and right walking towards the sidewalk where we were. My boyfriend and I stopped, started walking backwards away from the dog. It came towards barking and growling. It didn’t attack us, but walked towards us until we were about 3 houses down it’s house. Toddler squealed in when the dog barked, but then he giggled not knowing what was happening. It was so frustrating, not only because we didn’t make it to the park, but because owners didn’t come out the house to get the dog. It could of easily bit us if we kept trying to walk pass it and no one in sight. We thought about crossing the street, but didn’t want to risk the dog being there on our way back and being more aggressive.
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2023.06.03 19:15 iwasdusted WEEKLY ROUNDUP & CH. 11 MEGATHREAD: Week of Friday, June 2, 2023

WEEKLY ROUNDUP & CH. 11 MEGATHREAD: Week of Friday, June 2, 2023
Here is this week's weekly roundup post!
  • See a list of all the movies playing at Regal this week at the link above!
  • There are lots of new promos ongoing, including one that can get you free digital copies of new release movies, and one that gets you bonus points for purchasing Oppenheimer tickets by June 7.
  • Oppenheimer tickets are now on sale -- check it out in 70mm & IMAX 70mm at select Regal locations.
    • Standard 70mm - Bridgeport Village, Edwards Long Beach, New Roc, Union Square, Waterford Lakes
    • IMAX 70mm - Edwards Ontario Palace, Hacienda Crossings, Irvine Spectrum, Mall of Georgia, Opry Mills, UA King of Prussia
    • Have a hard time hearing Nolan films? Check it out in RPX Open Cap/Eng Sub at Bricktown Charleston!
Here's this week's PLF chart!
As always, formats and bookings are subject to change and local availablity.
Here's the link to our ongoing Chapter 11 roundup.
  • The Eighth Omnibus List of potential closures was filed in court on Wednesday, May 31 with a targeted lease rejection date of Friday, June 23. The following 25 theaters could potentially close if Regal is unable to successfully renegotiate their lease:
    • Regal Avenues, Jacksonville, Florida (#0241) - 4DX, RPX
    • Regal Binghamton, Binghamton, New York (#1732)
    • Regal Columbia, Columbia, Missouri (#1621) - RPX
    • Regal Division Street, Portland, Oregon (#0851)
    • Regal Edwards Brea East, Brea, California (#1028)
    • Regal Edwards Camarillo Palace, Camarillo, California (#1009) - IMAX
    • Regal Edwards La Verne, La Verne, California (#1012)
    • Regal Edwards San Marcos, San Marcos, California (#1034)
    • Regal Fairfield Commons, Beavercreek, Ohio (#0389) - RPX
    • Regal Fossil Creek, Fort Worth, Texas (#1317)
    • Regal Germantown, Germantown, Maryland (#1710)
    • Regal Governor’s Square, Tallahassee, Florida (#1857)
    • Regal Hollywood @ North I-85, Chamblee, Georgia (#0745)
    • Regal Live Oak, Live Oak, Texas (#0795) - RPX
    • Regal Longview, Longview, Texas (#1638) - RPX
    • Regal New River Valley, Christiansburg, Virginia (#0671) - RPX, ScreenX
    • Regal Interstate Park, Akron, Ohio (#0163)
    • Regal Poulsbo, Poulsbo, Washington (#880)
    • Regal Rancho Del Rey, Chula Vista, California (#0361)
    • Regal Royal Park, Gainesville, Florida (#1860)
    • Regal Spartan, Spartanburg, South Carolina (#1888)
    • Regal UA Galaxy - Dallas, Dallas, Texas (#1306)
    • Regal Valley View Grande, Roanoke, Virginia (#1867)
    • Regal Virginia Center, Glen Allen, Virginia (#0165)
    • Regal Warren East, Wichita, Kansas (#1444) - Warren 21, Warren Grand
  • At the beginning of 2022, Regal had over 515 locations. Regal has 455 locations currently.
  • Since Chapter 11 began in September 2022, Regal has rejected 51 leases (excluding theaters that stopped operating before bankruptcy, but had active leases).
Here's the link to the MoviePassClub Discord server, for spoilery discussion of new release movies, general movie discussion, and to chat with fellow Regal Unlimited members. Many of our mods and members are active here. (This Discord is shared across RegalUnlimited, MoviePassClub, Cinemark, with some overlap with AMCsAList.)
And don't forget to check out this week's pinned movie discussion post for spoiler-free discussion of your recent Regal experiences!
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2023.06.03 19:04 reale-state23 Mahindra Alcove Chandivali An Exquisite Residential Oasis in Mumbai

Mahindra Alcove Chandivali is a prestigious residential project located in the bustling city of Mumbai. Situated in the upscale neighborhood of Chandivali, this residential oasis offers a perfect blend of luxury, comfort, and convenience. Let's delve into the captivating features that make Mahindra Alcove Chandivali a coveted address for homebuyers.
Location Advantage
Nestled in the heart of Chandivali, Mahindra Alcove enjoys excellent connectivity to key areas of Mumbai. The project is strategically located near the Sakinaka metro station, providing seamless access to both Eastern and Western suburbs. With proximity to major business hubs, educational institutions, healthcare facilities, and entertainment zones, residents can enjoy a well-rounded lifestyle. Additionally, its close proximity to the Powai Lake and Powai Gardens offers a serene and picturesque environment, providing a perfect balance between urban convenience and natural beauty.
Luxurious Living Spaces
Mahindra Alcove Chandivali offers thoughtfully designed and spacious apartments that exude elegance and modernity. The project boasts a range of 2 and 3 BHK apartments, meticulously crafted to provide residents with maximum comfort and convenience. The living spaces are adorned with contemporary interiors, premium fittings, and panoramic views of the surroundings. Each apartment is intelligently planned to optimize natural light and ventilation, ensuring a fresh and vibrant living experience for residents.
World-Class Amenities
The project offers a plethora of world-class amenities that cater to the diverse needs of residents. From a well-equipped fitness center and swimming pool to beautifully landscaped gardens and children's play areas, Mahindra Alcove ensures a wholesome living experience. The clubhouse provides a space for social gatherings and recreational activities, promoting a sense of community among residents. The project also offers 24/7 security, ample parking spaces, and power backup facilities, ensuring a safe and hassle-free living environment for all.
Sustainability and Green Initiatives
Mahindra Alcove Chandivali is committed to sustainable living and eco-friendly practices. The project incorporates various green initiatives such as rainwater harvesting, energy-efficient lighting, and waste management systems. With landscaped gardens and lush greenery, residents can experience a close connection with nature. These sustainable features not only contribute to a healthier environment but also reduce the carbon footprint, making it a responsible choice for environmentally conscious individuals.
Mahindra Alcove Chandivali is more than just a residential complex; it is a harmonious blend of luxury, comfort, and convenience. With its prime location, luxurious living spaces, world-class amenities, and commitment to sustainability, this project offers an unparalleled living experience in the vibrant city of Mumbai.
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