Ceiling Fan Outdoor Lights – Adding Convenience and Comfort

If you are fortunate enough to live in a warm climate but you find some days the heat can be a little much, consider an outdoor ceiling fan. They are specifically designed to withstand humidity, dust, heat and cold so you need not worry about the operation of the fan as long as it is installed properly. To enhance comfort and convenience some of the accessories available include remote controls and ceiling fan outdoor light kits. Not as popular as indoor fans, outdoor fans are little harder to find, and when you do find them you will notice that the selection of color and styles available is somewhat limited. If you are looking for lights for your outdoor fan try …

Best Tips For Travelling With Children

Traveling with children can be quite a challenge. Whether they are your own or someone else’s, assisting a child’s need for a journey involves far more than taking a CD full of songs and making sudden toilet stops. Here, I would share my hard-won wisdom about how to travel peacefully with children. Take Your Time The greatest thing you can take with you – whether at the airport, getting from one point to the other is extra time. Toddlers love to explore, and they don’t get bothered by the time pressure of travel, so you are more likely to all retain your cool if you reason the stalling, gawping, toilet stops and tantrums within your time frame. Give Them A …

What Were They Thinking – Adventure in a Colorado Wilderness with Three 12 Year Olds

I still can’t believe it. It’s been 40 or so years since that fateful summer. My buddies Steve and Larry and I were around 12 years of age when we were dropped off early in the day on a rainy, muddy little trail of a road off Highway 135 north of Gunnison, Colorado up toward Kebler Pass. The mission: follow trails up Pass Creek through the West Elk Wilderness Area, cross Swampy and Castle Passes at 11,086 feet, finally coming out on the other side following Little Robinson Creek down arriving at Coal Creek just up from the Paonia Reservior and Anthracite Creek. I marvel and wonder to this day, what were those boy’s parents thinking? What would prompt them …

Tips On How To Avoid Getting Lost While Hiking

Most people, while hiking or walking, don’t even think about the possibility of getting lost. Unfortunately this can lead to trouble. You are usually safe as long as you stick to established trails. But too often, complacency can get you into trouble. You decide to take a shortcut across the trail switchbacks. You wander just a little ways off the trail to see a bird a little better. All it takes is a momentary lapse of judgment and you can be lost. Don’t let this happen to you. A little preparation can avoid the problem. The most important thing you can do to avoid getting lost is to use your head and be aware. Take a moment before you begin …

Montana Moccasin Ridge Adventure – a Spring Training Hike Bonus

In a light drizzle that chilly Sunday morning the Moccasin Ridge trek was underway. June hikes in Montana frequently offer the rain option and this was no exception. With hikes up that same route almost every weekend year round, a surprise on that familiar route would be…, well, surprising. The trail up Moccasin Ridge is a perfect outdoor gym with a range of cardiovascular workout levels . The workouts range from relatively level stretches to full bore hill climbs, especially in the upper switchbacks criss-crossing the higher faces of the ridge. It’s not a Montana mountain peak but rather a hill among many within the intriguing Sapphire Range, and a Forest Service logging road, across the Clark Fork River from …

Hiking the Continental Divide in Winter Park, Colorado

600 miles of trails stretch throughout Winter Park and the Fraser Valley. Whether you choose to follow a babbling brook, stroll through a wildflower meadow, or climb up the side of a mountain, Winter Park offers hiking for every skill level. Winter Park Resort has 50 miles of trails that are accessible by chair lift. At the top of the lift you will find the Sunspot, which is a great place to get a bite to eat and enjoy the 360-degree views of surrounding mountains. Berthoud Pass also offers a high starting point, but you can get there by car instead of a chair lift. Hiking along the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail, which follows the Divide from Mexico to …

Gambling With Your Shooting : A Sporting Clays Article by Daniel Schindler

The worst thing about being self-taught is the teacher. It’s not that we men aren’t smart because we are. In this case, it’s kind of like the Driver’s Ed teacher saying, “Look, we’ll talk about the brake tomorrow, right now just get your coat and I’ll get the keys.” You’ve been hunting pheasants, quail and ducks for many years. By now, good shooting should pretty much be a no-brainer. Facing your first clay bird, we heard, “Yeah, I can do this, throw me a target.” It’s pretty much a jock mentality. After all, while you may be a bit washer and dryer challenged, you can shoot a shotgun! From 1960 to 1980 I was a very respectable shot in the …

Free Keto Cooker Cookbook – Cook Keto meals in 20 min – Make your guests happy for the holidays!

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