Here is a guest article written by avid outdoorsman and enthusiast Ted Levin…
Summer has arrived and people are eager to pitch their tents. Whether you’re a seasoned outdoorsman or a novice, each camper needs to take certain precautions before starting their trip.
Camping offers a wonderful individual, group, or family experience that cannot be replicated. It’s important to escape our daily lives that are flooded with the growing influence of technology and get back to basics with these 10 supplies and precautions you must take before beginning your trip. Continue reading 10 Precautions to Take Before Camping this Summer→
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I wanted to take a moment to remind everyone about the dangers of ticks. It’s that time of year again where the flowers are starting to bloom and the trees are starting to bud. When you are out enjoying nature, be mindful of your surroundings – especially in areas where ticks might be inhabiting.
This morning my wife took the dog for a walk down a wooded trail and about an hour after returning home, she discovered a tick crawling on her neck. This evening, while sitting in the living room, I felt something on the back of my neck. I reached back and touched what felt like a scab on my neck. It was another tick!
A motorhome valued at $450,000 went up in flames and was destroyed at a Florida RV dealership Wednesday afternoon (April 27), Pinellas Park, Fla., firefighters said.
It happened at Parliament Coach in the High Point area of Largo, the St. Petersburg Times reported. The driver of the 38-foot Blue Bird motorhome was traveling from Naples to New York when the coach started running rough north of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, officials said. He took the motorhome to the dealership at 3 p.m., where it started smoking, officials said.
Firefighters responded and were investigating the source of the smoke when flames erupted from the coach’s exhaust, officials said. The vehicle was reportedly a total loss. No one was injured.
With National Parks Week just around the corner(April 16 – 24), everyone will be looking for ways to get into the outdoors spirit!
Why not snag yourself a cool new iPhone national park app from Chimani for free? While their suite of national parks apps would normally set you back $5 – $10, they have decided to give them away free of charge for the duration of National Parks Week.
These apps are specifically designed to help you get the most out of your visit to any one of the following national parks: Acadia National Park, Cape Cod National Seashore, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Grand Canyon National Park and Yosemite National Park.
It’s exciting when this time of year rolls around again. The snow has melted (if you get snow), the birds are chirping, the air is warming, and your thoughts turn to sitting around a campfire with loved ones. What could be better?
This step by step guide will help you get your RV ready for the camping season.
This one is for all of the ice fishermen out there! Watch how a couple of guys turn a regular travel trailer into a $50,000 ice fishing hut. Nicknamed “The Bellagio Lodge”, this thing comes complete with a kitchen, bathroom, DVD player, plasma screen TV and full bar. It really has all the comforts of home and more! It sleeps 4, but can hold up to 10 fisherman for shorter excursions.
Now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for – “Vegas on the Lake”…