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Motorized Sun Shade





motorized sun shade






    sun shade
  • A space sunshade or sunshield can be described as analogous to a parasol that s or otherwise reduces some of a star's rays, preventing them from hitting a planet and thereby reducing its insolation, which results in less heating of the planet.

  • A parasol, awning, or other device giving protection from the sun

  • (Sun-shades) can also refer to the sun-shading eyepiece-type, although the term is not exclusive to these. Also in use is the derivative abbreviation, shades.





    motorized
  • equipped with a motor or motors; "a motorized wheelchair"

  • Equip (a vehicle or device) with a motor to operate or propel it

  • mechanized: using vehicles; "motorized warfare"

  • Equip (troops) with motor transportation

  • (motorize) To fit something with a motor; To supply something or someone with motor vehicles; To supply armoured vehicles; to mechanize











motorized sun shade - 12FT Smoke




12FT Smoke Blue Motorized Awning


12FT Smoke Blue Motorized Awning



This refurbished awning comes with SunSetter's 5-Year Manufacturer's Limited Warranty. This Motorized Awning measures 12 feet wide, comes with a remote and the fabric color is Smoke Blue. This awning extends out 9 feet from your house. The fabric is made of an exclusive multilayer Vinyl material that is 100% waterproof and blocks 99.9% of UV rays. The fabric is mildew and flame resistant and easy to keep clean. The awning can be owner installed, typically in 2 to 3 hours and can be installed on wood, brick, stucco, aluminum, or vinyl siding. In addition to the 5-Year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty there is an optional All Weather Limited Warranty available. As well, SunSetter offers a generous 90-Day Money-Back No Risk Home Trial return policy. As America's #1 Best Selling Awning, SunSetter is the only awning brand to earn the prestigious Good Housekeeping Seal and the Skin Cancer Foundation's Seal of Recommendation for effective UV protection. To insure your SunSetter Motorized Awning will fit on your home perfectly, first measure the height of the wall where you want to install your awning. You need at least 7 ft. 6 in. from your deck or patio floor to the bottom of any roof, eave, or overhang to install your Motorized Awning. You can install this awning up to 10 ft. off the floor. Next, measure along the side of your home to make sure you have enough width to accommodate this 12 foot wide awning. Lastly, measure to make sure that you have at least 8 inches of clear, unobstructed space horizontally along your wall where the awning will attach to your house. (For example, make sure there are no light fixtures, vents, etc. obstructing this space.) By default, the motor is installed on the right side of the awning (please note that left and right references are as you are facing your mounting location). To request the motor be installed on the left side of the awning, or for additional information, please contact SunSetter at 800-491-0911.










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The best shade on the top of the pass.

This photo appeared in the following ideotrope albums:

Independence Pass May 2006 - Jack had the brilliant idea to bike Independence Pass on the weekend before their scheduled opening to motorized traffic, Memorial Day weekend. Actually Jack got the idea from our mutual friend Scott who has ridden the pass on this weekend a number of times..
The weekend didn't start out so well for me. I crashed on my mountain bike at the very beginning of the Walker Ranch loop on Friday after work. Cher drove me home and bandaged up the gash on the outisde of my right knee after I showered off all the dirt. At first she thought stitches were in order but decided a couple butterfly bandages would probably do the trick. It's 5 days later, and the gash seems to be healing pretty well. The thing that concerned me, however, was the bruise on the inside of my right knee where my knee must have hit the bicycle. I iced it a lot on Friday night, but by the time I went to bed my knee was very swollen and I couldn't bend my leg. I had already phoned Jack telling him I probably wouldn't make it to Independence Pass. Jack was stopping by in the morning to pick up a pannier so I had a chance to change my mind..
I got up at 6AM and to my amazement I could bend my knee without pain. I rode my bike up and down the block a few times and decided everything felt good enough to ride the pass. We got a later start than planned because I didn't have anything packed, and then we stopped in Georgetown for breakfast..
By the time we arrived at the winter closure on the Twin Lakes side it was raining at the parking lot and looking grim toward the pass. We started riding anyway. A couple groups of cyclists stopped to warn us about the cold, snow, sleet, and hail that we'd encounter higher up. Jack assured them that we had plenty of clothes, and I told them it'd be sunny up there by the time we arrived..
The climb on the Twin Lakes side is short: 7 miles and 1500' feet. In a little over an hour including at least 3 stops to change clothes we were on the sunny, warm pass. Ha, ha. An early start didn't work this day in Colorado. The Aspen side is a bit longer: 19 miles and 4000' feet. We enjoyed the descent..
In Aspen we stopped at the Ute to convince Megan to join us for the pedal up to the Maroon Bells. She insisted she had to work a bit longer but did agree to join us for lunch. We ate outside, and Megan was stunned to see how warm it was. The morning had been cold and wet in Aspen. After lunch Megan stopped by work only long enough for her to grab her stuff. Yeah! Biking's better than the office..
Jack and I were surprised to learn that the Maroon Bells road was also still closed to cars. What an unexpected bonus! The ride is beautiful, and we had a bit of sun on the Bells for the ride up. We spent some time enjoying the view as a big thunderstorm rolled toward us. On the descent walls of rain overtook us. It was an unbelievable amount of rain. Have I ever ridden in such a thunderstorm before? We were soaked and cold and happy to have hot showers at Megan's place..
The following day the 3 of us rode up Independence Pass. We said goodbye there. It took Jack and me 18 minutes to reach the car. Megan enjoyed the long cruise back to Aspen.














I am slightly worried about this world.




I am slightly worried about this world.





day thirty five.

As I was walking Snoopy a few days ago I passed by a house, after putting my i pod on pause to eavesdrop, a father came outside to talk to his crying daughter. He said, "No Emily, I won't let you in. You never ever play outside and.." At that point, I turned on the music until my the dial turned all the way and I couldn't hear myself breathing anymore. Were those words actually muttered to a child no older than six? Did she really want to go and watch t.v. even though thats all that occupies her time anyways? Is this world turning our future into robots, computers and complete swarms of nothing? You know the answer.
I am to the point where I would grab every child and teach them how to ride a non-motorized bike. (Hello, fat America) I am to the extent where I will show them what the sun feels like after rising out of the pool.(Watching the water disappear) I am to the limit where I would take them adventuring just so they could experience what a true skinned knee feels like. (I thought I was always too tough to cry)
Is it depressing that I seem to have more life in me? I remember the guts and the words and the laughter and the energy I held when I was barley six. I remember the best friends who would have rock fights, explore the infinite forests, throw their bodies into freezing water and never leave each others side.
Six years old and the world was in my mud drenched hands. Six years old and I never wanted the day to fade into a dark shade. Six years old and even rainy days weren't spent watching Cinderella (once again) Now, twenty one years old and I still believe I'm living in that summer. I still believe in running until reaching nowhere. I still believe that the "one" on the end of my age only means I'm growing younger.


PS: That little girl is my beautiful sister Jenalyn! You'll be seeing some more photos of her soon! She is 5 yrs young and is turning 6 in July!!! =)









motorized sun shade








motorized sun shade




17FT Sage Motorized Awning






This refurbished awning comes with SunSetter's 5-Year Manufacturer's Limited Warranty. This Motorized Awning measures 17 feet wide, comes with a remote and the fabric color is Sage. This awning extends out 10 feet 2 inches from your house. The fabric is made of an exclusive multilayer Vinyl material that is 100% waterproof and blocks 99.9% of UV rays. The fabric is mildew and flame resistant and easy to keep clean. The awning can be owner installed, typically in 2 to 3 hours and can be installed on wood, brick, stucco, aluminum, or vinyl siding. In addition to the 5-Year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty there is an optional All Weather Limited Warranty available. As well, SunSetter offers a generous 90-Day Money-Back No Risk Home Trial return policy. As America's #1 Best Selling Awning, SunSetter is the only awning brand to earn the prestigious Good Housekeeping Seal and the Skin Cancer Foundation's Seal of Recommendation for effective UV protection. To insure your SunSetter Motorized Awning will fit on your home perfectly, first measure the height of the wall where you want to install your awning. You need at least 7 ft. 6 in. from your deck or patio floor to the bottom of any roof, eave, or overhang to install your Motorized Awning. You can install this awning up to 10 ft. off the floor. Next, measure along the side of your home to make sure you have enough width to accommodate this 17 foot wide awning. Lastly, measure to make sure that you have at least 8 inches of clear, unobstructed space horizontally along your wall where the awning will attach to your house. (For example, make sure there are no light fixtures, vents, etc. obstructing this space.) By default, the motor is installed on the right side of the awning (please note that left and right references are as you are facing your mounting location). To request the motor be installed on the left side of the awning, or for additional information, please contact SunSetter at 800-491-0911.










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