My law office has fully reopened along with much of Ontario. Like many jobs, it is difficult to as effectively from the comfort of your home. At least in employment litigation, you require access to all of your files and be able to efficiently move between them and cannot risk that something was not scanned.
It probably didn’t take long for Thule’s engineers to realize that kayakers have a knack for leaving their roof racks up even after the boats come off. So, they made the Hull a Port XT, a roof rack that folds flat in seconds, once the paddle session is over, and improves gas mileage, cuts down on noise, and helps with overhead clearances. I tested it during a two hour car ride on Long Island while hauling a 12 foot long, nearly 70 pound Hobie kayak and it is a rock solid rack..
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