Welcome to the June 2019 Edition of our NJroute22.com recap! We skipped last month (May) and will include it. What interesting stuff did we cover this time?
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So, let’s take a look at some selected posts that were published May and June of 2019.
Noteworthy articles published on NJroute22.com for May and June 2019
- Discontinued: We enjoyed our vlog experiment talking about The Life of Two Australian Shepherds. But circumstances changed, and we’re no longer doing it. We’ll keep the category up for posterity. The pups are doing great.
- Store Reviews: A nice mix of everyday stores: ShopRite in Morristown as well as Bernardsville. A new Bourbon Street in P-burg. Easton, PA’s version of Home Depot, Harbor Freight, and Giant Food.
- Spiked Vlog: A boat-load of spiked seltzer videos: Crook & Marker spiked seltzer, White Claw Pure, Henry’s Hard Sparkling Water, and new Smirnoff Spiked Sparkling Seltzer Flavors. We have at least two that will stick with us.
- More miscellaneous videos: A few other fun flicks: Our take on commercial lawn mowers for homeowners, as well as how to fix common landscaping tools. And our favorite – Inferior Product Packaging. People need to speak up about declining quality! Oh, and what were those 3 jet planes in the sky?
- Meat Movies: And our Sunday videos are for the low-carb, keto, carnivore crowd. We had quite a few. But some that we liked a lot: Social issues with being low-carb, Rebel Ice Cream (the first full-fat and low carb ice treat), and why you should never eat fast food – even if they offer “low carb.”
- Comfort Zone: Most people like to stay in their neck of the woods. We call it the five-mile radius syndrome. Get out and explore more!
- New Restaurant: We eat out rarely. But we checked out the new OMG Burger & Brew over in Long Valley, NJ.
- STATS: Interesting to know where the most distracted driver accidents happen in NJ.
- FAKE: Seriously – be aware of the new plant-based Franken Foods that are sweeping the nation. And watch out for Cauliflower Hijacking!
- Misc.: Rounding out the last two months – Melick’s – a local cider brew – 5 friendly pet tips – and what to do with bee problems.
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