You can usually get away with keeping your patio furniture outside for at least some of fall, but as the weather starts to get cooler, you may want to start thinking about how you’re going to store everything for the harsher climate. It’s better to get it done before gets too bad outside, so you might want to start to prepare to put everything away. The process is pretty straightforward, but there are some steps you should take to make your things last longer and save you some effort the next time you want to bring them out.
The weather is warm and kids are home for the summer, so it’s the perfect time to plan a family camping trip! Here are the things you’ll need to have the best adventure into the outdoors:
Take pics of everything! You’re spending time in beautiful nature, and the pictures you take will be wonderful memories. This is also an opportunity for some high quality photography, so if you’re interested in this as an art form, make sure you have some good gear!
Don’t forget these! Light is sparse out in the wilderness, and you’ll want to be able to see. Consider bringing a headlamp along, in addition to a regular flashlight. Pack some extra batteries… Read more...
Tailgating has been a long standing tradition of Football, and having a successful tailgate takes experience and preparation. If you are about to embark on your first tailgate, you may think you have it all under control…but you’re wrong. Everybody has made a rookie mistake during their first tailgate! Here are a few basic tips from seasoned tailgaters to help you avoid some common first time mistakes on game day.
Pack what you can in your car the night before. Be as portable as possible; grills, generators, chairs, tables or tents–make sure all these things can be easily loaded and unloaded. You should also pack a bag/box of essentials you will need for that day. … Read more...