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Sitting around the camp fire at a lake has left us too hot on one side and freezing on the other. Drunken idea - A hot tub would keep us warm all over. It would also get the girls in thier bikinis! How will a 10x10x2ft body of water be heated and kept hot? Don't forget to comment, rate and share!
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Federal Government Per Diem Rates AH&LA supports efforts to ensure federal per diem rates are fair to the lodging industry. Each year, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) sets the maximum daily rate at which federal travelers will be reimbursed for lodging, meals, and incidental expenses while on official business for the federal government, known as a per diem rate. Federal travelers are allowed to stay at properties above per diem, but will only be reimbursed up to the rate; any charges above the per diem are paid out of pocket by the employee. Many properties rely on the federal travel market for a significant portion of their business.