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For frequent campers, fishers and hunters there’s always the constant risk of animals rummaging through your spoils. Nothing can be more disheartening than coming back to base after a long day’s work only to find out a bear made off with your food! While state parks do their best to deter their bear neighbors, they’re not foolproof. Fortunately, many state-of-the-art coolers and good old-fashioned common sense are. Cooler accessories are a must-have for anybody who wants to enjoy the great outdoors without losing their hard work and below I’ll describe state-of-the-art coolers as well as common habits you should exercise when you’re enjoying the great outdoors.
King salmon fishing trips to Alaska can be some of the best, most rewarding experiences a fisher can have, but they’re also challenging. King salmon are one of the toughest types of fish in Alaska you can catch, after all. Here are a few tips to help.
Use a Guide. - You may be an expert fisher, but you still need to use a fishing guide, no matter what you think. Though you may want to limit your expenses, it’s well worth your money to hire a fishing guide. According to stats form Alaska’s State Department of Fish and Games, an unguided angler will spend almost 40 hours king salmon fishing before they can even hook one — let alone reel it in. Why waste your time, when you can just as easily hire a gui (more…)
The mind of a child never ceases to amaze given the sense of wanderlust children are in. The first years of life is filled with constant learning and development to such degrees that us adults ought to be envious. Given the right childrens toys, a child can get an early start on their education though interacting with various stimuli. The global toy market is an 84 billion dollar enterprise as of 2012, meaning that toymakers are constantly struggling to come up with entertaining toys that meat the strict education requirements demanded by concerned parents. Here are several benefits to finding childrens toys that challenge and allow children to be expressive in their own ways.
The Mind of a Child
Children are like plants, given the right environment, each one can flower into a (more…)
With summer vacation coming to a close, you may look back and realize you didn’t go on that dream vacation you planned. Before the summer comes to an abrupt end, why not take the family for a vacation and visit a water park in Panama City beach? Almost half of summer travelers relax as a family, so bring the kids along! Yes, while they’re in school. That’s actually one of the best times to go! Try to plan after Labor Day in September – - the weather is still hot, yet most people leave their children in school during that time, leaving behind low hotel rates and discount attraction ticket prices.
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Usually used in high school and college athletics, indoor and outdoor bleachers come in a variety of sizes and specifications. The word “bleacher” has been around since the late 1800′s. Most of the time they are made from aluminum, but steel and even wood is still used to build certain types. They are where fans, parents, friends, players, and coaches alike can sit to watch the beauty of athletic competition play out before their own eyes. Approximately 35 million kids are involved in organized athletics of some kind every year, and 75% of parents actively encourage participation.
1.) I-Beam: These outdoor bleachers are usually made from a combination of aluminum, steel and plastics. The (more…)
How does ballistic body armor work? Body armor plates and tactical body armor is the very definition of technology and science colliding. Using the very best materials for the most hazardous of situations, these complex pieces of wearable equipment are often the only thing standing in-between a person and certain death when out on the […]
According to research done by the Pew Research Center, 3 in 10 American adults say that they currently own a gun. If you ask any American why they own guns, specifically pistols, one of the answers that you are most likely to receive is “for protection purposes.” In a world where times are constantly changing […]
Barbecuing is a big business in the United States. About 75% of American households now own a grill, according to the Hearth, Patio, and Barbecue Association, and 60% of us are grilling outside during every season of the year. With so many people grilling, it just makes sense that there are a lot of barbecue […]