10ft Round Banded Indoor/Outdoor Rug (BLACK)

10ft Round Banded Indoor/Outdoor Rug – Vibrantly colored rugs are as easy to care for as they are beautiful. Just hose them down and hang them out to dry. Made of durable weather and fade-resistant polypropylene flat braid so they re perfect for indoors and out. Choose from solid or banded. Reversible for extra-long life. USA. (P203RI)
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Crimestopper SP-302 SecurityPlus 2-Way Deluxe Alarm/Keyless Entry System

The SecurityPlus Alarm System is a high-tech 2-way paging security system that will provide a high level of protection for your vehicle. This system includes a 2-way rechargeable LCD pager which will alert you of any kind of intrusion or vandalism at the vehicle. The system includes the latest in vehicle security technology such as a dual-stage shock sensor, starter kill output and a 25 Watt high-power single-tone siren. The interactive display on the paging remote confirms all commands almost instantly with easy-to-understand icons. It alerts the user to alarm triggers by beeping and vibrating when out of audible range of the siren. The LCD screen will also turn red when an alarm trigger is reported to the user.
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doTERRA Balance Essential Oil Grounding Blend 15 ml

The warm, woody aroma of Balance, doTERRA’s grounding blend, creates a sense of calm and wellbeing. We perfectly blend Spruce, Ho Wood, Frankincense, Blue Tansy, and Blue Chamomile with Fractionated Coconut Oil to offer an enticing fragrance that promotes tranquility and relaxation. Spruce, one of the oils in Balance, was used by Native Americans for health and spiritual reasons and is still used today to bring harmony to the mind and body. Ho Wood, Blue Tansy, and Blue Chamomile can ease anxious feelings, while Frankincense provides a grounding, balancing effect on emotions. Begin your day by putting Balance on the bottom of your feet to promote feelings of calmness and tranquility throughout the day. Balance is a great oil blend to use during an AromaTouch Hand Massage. Apply Balance to your wrists or neck to help ease anxious feelings. Diffuse in your car during road trips to create a calming, soothing environment.
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5 Southwest Cities to Visit This Fall

1.) Scottsdale, AZ Located right outside of Phoenix, this happenin’ burb gives vacationers the best of both worlds: romping city nightlife and cozy getaways for poolside fun in the sun – even in the fall.Close to Scottsdale, you’ll find day trips to Camelback Mountain and Squaw Peak. Arizona State University is a short drive away in Tempe, with everything a major college campus has to offer-sports, nightlife, and awesome architecture. The botanical gardens house has interesting Southwest plant life that you won’t find anywhere else – and if you’re lucky, you might find some birds and critters roaming around, too. And don’t forget about all the Old West ghost towns!Our recommendation: Check out Westbrook Vacation Rentals for family-style stays with all the amenities – including that must-have pool!2.) Dallas, TX There’s something about Dallas that just shouts, “We’re friendly!” from the moment you get off the plane. Perhaps that’s because, just like all of Texas, everything is big and done to the max. No wonder their new slogan is “Live Large. Think Big.”When Texans do something, they go all out – it’s part of the state’s charm. For example, the pumpkin village at the Arboretum includes four houses made entirely out of pumpkins. If that’s not dedication, we don’t know what is. For shopping, Uptown can’t be beat for anything from books to kitchen accessories, to, but the area is most known for its fashionable shopping opportunities. Traveling with family? Let the fashionistas hit the high-end stores, while the sports fans take a tour of the new Cowboys Stadium. Dallas really does have something to offer everyone!Our recommendation: If you’re in the mood to check out exotic animals, skip the Dallas zoo and head over to the one in Ft. Worth instead.3.) Sante Fe, NM Santa Fe has long been known for its bustling art scene, and as soon as you start walking the city streets you see why. You can find everything from the avant-garde to traditional Mexican and Native American artwork in one of the many galleries scattered across the city.While we’re on the subject of art, no artist has had such a lasting impact on the city as Georgia O’Keefe, whose museum downtown hosts the grandest collection of her work. A dedication to art and craftsmanship is evident everywhere you look in Santa Fe, which is largely a result of the ordinances that have preserved its Spanish Pueblo Revival look. No matter where you are in Santa Fe, you’ll be surrounded by warm terracotta and turquoise colors and patterns – the classic motif that screams Southwest. If you’re feeling restless, head out to the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, which boasts a plethora of hiking and skiing/snowboarding trails.Our recommendation: The New Mexico History Museum was recently voted top Western Museum in the country. No trip to Santa Fe would be complete without a stop here.4.) Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake City’s landscape is as unique as its history, which makes the town an important (and appealing!) destination. Named for its giant body of inland salt water, spa goers will appreciate the afterglow of a salt scrub made from the lake itself.Depending on how early the snow comes, Park City, where the Winter Olympics were recently held, has everything a Snow Bunny could dream of. Park City boasts outdoor ice skating, crazy ski runs and some of the best snowboarding in the country. Even if snow isn’t your thing, there are 21 different national parks and monuments within a short drive – proving you don’t have to play in the snow to have a good time in Utah.Our recommendation: Even though you might not be Mormon, be sure to spend some time on a tour of the Salt Lake City Church of Latter Day Saints Temple. The sheer beauty of its grounds and architecture is nothing short of awe-inspiring – and the photos you’ll bring home will5.) Las Vegas, Nevada No list of cities to visit in the Southwest ever seems to be complete without mention of Sin City. Despite re-branding itself as a playground for adults (with their “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” campaign), this place has it all…and then some.There are top-notch shows for every age and interest, and the food rivals what you can find in New York City. Even if you’re staying on the strip, it’s worth your time to spend an evening in Fremont Street — the “old town” of the Strip. Yes, it is slightly seedier, but both betting tables and drinks are cheaper (not to mention the room rates!). Spas off of the Strip are also usually cheaper than their on-Strip counterparts, and hotel spas offer deals and discounts on a regular basis. Any kind of food imaginable is available on the Strip, but carnivores will especially want to check out steak restaurants like Craftsteak and Delmonico’s.Our recommendation: Right on the strip is some of the most fabulous to shopping to be found in the U.S. If you have your Black AMEX card, be sure to swing by Caesar’s and the Venetian. On a budget? Head out to the Outlet Center and save your pennies for food and fun!

1800Flowers – Ultimate Elegance Long Stem Roses Red – 36 Stems Red Roses

Because your sweetheart deserves to be romanced with all the love in your heart, send a luxurious bouquet of the freshest premium long-stem red roses. Whether you choose two, three or four dozen, each truly original arrangement is hand-gathered by our select florists in a classic glass vase to help you express yourself perfectly. Premium long-stem red roses, artistically arranged by our expert florists and accented with fresh gypsophila Available in bouquets of two dozen, three dozen and four dozen roses 2 dozen arrangement measures approximately 23″H x 18″L 3 dozen arrangement measures approximately 23″H x 18″L 4 dozen arrangement measures approximately 23″H x 18″L Hand-arranged in a classic clear glass vase; vase measures 11″H Our florists hand-design each arrangement, so colors, varieties, and container may vary due to local availability
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