Do they have a "Not just a noob, a REAL noob" classes?
This is the first one I built in our place.
I've built a second version in our temporary home that does not screw to the wall and is self standing. Will take some pictures of it tonight.
Mine looks just like this, except it's on the wall of my living room in my Gastown condo… we have 2 bike hooks in the corner of the room and they are very neat and out of the way, but they are road bikes, I can't see hanging DH bikes there… Mine are mounted into drywall as we live in an apartment with metal studs, they have 8 monster toggle bolts and you can do pull ups on the hooks without a problem. (Which is NOT true of the anchors that I ripped out of the wall before that…)
They are all the EXACT same down to the penny. Just pick the website that has the interface that you like using the most. I personally like Orbitz for flights and iTravel2000 for all inclusives just because they show all in prices including taxes and fees and make it easy to sort/search/etc.
The best piece of advice I can give you is spend a day on the weekend and head down to Seattle. Nordstrom's Rack is a godsend for high quality clothing at palatable prices. I bought my last two suits, one Hugo Boss and one Calvin Klein for $750 for the pair! At Holt Renfrew I would have been lucky to get the jacket to my Boss suit for that kind of money… They also have a pretty healthy selection. On your way home, stop at the outlets in Tulalip… Calvin Klein store, Hugo Boss store, Burberry store, even Banana Republic if any of the stuff strikes your fancy.
Hookers and blow. Obviously.
I'm expecting to go up for the day on Sunday, leaving from downtown. I will know for sure around Friday, just depending on weather and whether I am getting destroyed on Saturday night. Send me a PM towards Friday if you still need a ride.
I get the same, they all look 1/3 stop or more over…