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u/QueenofChess · 1 pointr/sanantonio

I suggest buying online. The sets are better priced and more durable for your kid. I used to teach chess for k-12. 5 is a good age to start just having fun with chess. Don't push it too hard or he'll just end up disliking chess (I saw a lot of parents push too hard and their kids got burnt out by 9).
There is a good chess club here in SA but I think it meets a bit too late for your kid, plus it is a bunch of old men and college guys.

This is a good board/set to start with. Easy to clean, hard to break, easy to transport and store (the board won't wrinkle that easily):

Or something similar.

Feel free to PM me if you have any questions or need help. Good luck!

u/Blasterion · 2 pointsr/sanantonio

Seoul Asian Market and Cafe at 1005 Rittiman Rd #101, San Antonio, TX 78218 they sell microwavable sticky rice that is ready in 90 seconds. Or alternatively you can order the same thing on Amazon.



Be sure to open a small opening in the package before microwaving. It comes out perfect every time.

u/DrFetusRNSA · 1 pointr/sanantonio

Its a good resource for those interested in San Antonio history and why things are the way they are. For those who wants to dig deeper than that I encourage the curious to get this book as well:

u/snisna22 · 4 pointsr/sanantonio

I don't know if I fully agree with them, but there's a book about Fiesta's history called Inventing the Fiesta City if anyone is interested in finding out for themselves.

u/thatsmytrunks · 3 pointsr/sanantonio

I ended up buying one of the models that Bird uses (M365 here) and have been in love with it. I use it as my main source of transportation now, and it gets me anywhere I need to go in the city.

I think with time the Public opinion on these will change as they're so much cheaper and energy efficient than cars for small trips.

u/yoyodyn3 · 1 pointr/sanantonio

Woven throughout the threads of a family heirloom is the story of Petra's family. In 1874, Petra’s family struggled to scrape out a living sharecropping in Guadalupe County, Texas. When a much older neighbor proposed marriage, Petra accepted knowing that would ease the financial burden on her parents, if only a little. As her family grew, so did Petra’s affection for her husband. Five years after marriage, Petra is well settled as a wife and mother. Then tragedy strikes. Amidst her grief, Petra clings to her family and others close to her. Finding comfort in memories of the past, Petra opens her heart. Based in fact and wrapped in fiction, The Blue Rebozo tells the story of Petra’s life … and love? What life experiences will she weave into the story when the story and the heirloom pass to her?

Now Avaialable in Paperback, Kindle and Kindleunlimited. Also available locally at The Twig in the Pearl Complex.


u/TerribleVanity · 1 pointr/sanantonio

If that link doesn't work, the product is Syngenta 73654 Demand CS Insecticide. You will need nothing else, I promise. It is the best product I have ever used. I used 1 ounce in a gallon of water, and I have not seen a bug in 60 days.

u/Ilovethemarina · 4 pointsr/sanantonio

If you have a smoke cigarette thingy (idk what they're called or what they're used for) Amazon has 13-15 dollar Bluetooth transmitter that has great quality and connects to it.

I personally have this one but there's others

u/OutOfNames · 2 pointsr/sanantonio

I love hammocks! I use a cheap, $20 single person hammock I ordered off Amazon with some tree slings. It came with 'S' hooks, so I just replaced those with some heavy duty carabiner. It's held up just as well as my dad's $80 hammock. For mosquitoes, I use a cheap mosquito net. It doesn't work as well as his expensive mosquito cover, but his complaint is it gets too hot under it.

u/4br4c4d4br4 · 2 pointsr/sanantonio

To follow up on this, if you don't want to go into caves but still want to experience the fright and thrill of them, read this book.

It's fantastic and scary and also makes you sit back and make you think.

u/frawgster · 3 pointsr/sanantonio

We've had decent luck with a PUR filter attached to our faucet.

I don't mind the taste of City water, but my wife doesn't care for it, so we installed a faucet filter a couple of years ago. I won't lie though, the PUR filter doesn't eliminate the mineral taste entirely. If I had to put a percentage on it, I'd say it removes about 90% of the taste.

u/sniffing_accountant · 2 pointsr/sanantonio

We had one installed at our house. Don’t have a water softener but we installed a 3M thing that that treats the water before it gets to your water heater.

Aqua-Pure AP430SS Hot Water System Protector

u/Flamingpig · 1 pointr/sanantonio

Get this

Then put it in this

Then puff it around the perimiter of your house/apt making sure to get it in all the nooks and crannies. Then go outside and dust your lawn and other areas. The stuff will not work immediately but you will notice that bugs will just stop showing up. Only thing you have to remember is that you need to keep up the spreading to keep he bugs out. So after a rain you need to dust again. After you vacuum, dust again. After a couple of weeks, dust again.

But don't worry this stuff is edible so it wont hurt you or pets.

Mosquitos you need these.

Scorpions, starve your cat of cat toys for a bit. It will take interest in scorpions and kill them.