2016

  • Tips On Choosing The Right Snowboard For Your Needs

    If you're planning on hitting the slopes this winter on a snowboard and you're new to the sport, you might be wondering how to choose the right size board.  The staff at your local snowboard supplier will be happy to give you more advice, but in the meantime, here's a quick overview to help you start your search for the perfect board. Board basics The type of board you choose will depend on a number of different factors:
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  • High And Dry: Checking For Damp And Water Ingress When Buying A Used Caravan

    Choosing a used caravan over a new model can be a very wise choice for the holidaymaker on a budget, providing all the mobile comfort and convenience of a caravan at a much lower price. However, inspecting a used caravan before laying down your hard-earned cash is vital -- even the most honest caravan seller may not be aware of hidden problems inside their van. One of the most common problems encountered in used caravans is damp, and dealing with a damp caravan can be just as unpleasant as dealing with a damp house.
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  • New Clay Tennis Court Owners' Guide To Maintenance

    If you're a keen tennis player and you have the space on your property, you might decide to invest in having your very own clay tennis court constructed. But what's involved in maintaining a clay court in order to keep it in the same great condition it was in when it was first built?  Read on for a new owners' guide to clay court maintenance and upkeep. Weekly maintenance tasks
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  • Tips for Newbies On Buying Ladies' Cricket Batting Gloves

    Ladies' cricket is a summer sport that is rapidly growing in popularity around the world.  To perform at your best and to get the most out of the game, you need the right kit.  Here are some things to consider for newbies to the crease on how to choose the right pair of batting gloves. 1. Right-handed or leftie? When you're choosing batting gloves, always look carefully at the label.  Gloves are usually labelled with the style of batsmen, e.
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  • What to Remember When Choosing a Caravan for Yourself

    A caravan or trailer can be a great investment for anyone; for families, it can mean a more affordable way to enjoy a vacation without having to sleep in a tent, and for others, it can mean traveling anytime without needing to make hotel reservations. When you're ready to purchase a caravan trailer for yourself, you may be overwhelmed with your options, so note a few tips on how to make that choice and what to look out for when shopping.
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  • Various Shapes of Fishing Boat Hulls and What They Mean For You

    If you have a thing for fishing, you probably understand that it is more than just a commercial activity. It is a fulfilling recreational activity where you also get to enjoy cruising over large bodies of water. However, an amazing fishing experience can easily be cut short if you do not have the right type of hull for your boat. Basically, the hull refers to the body of a boat with a deckhouse on top and a waterline at the point where the hull meets the surface of the water.
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  • Commonly Asked Questions on Fishing Charters by First Time Users

    Fishing in the open water is a good way to spend your vacation. Particularly, you can have an amazing experience as a first-time angler if you use fishing charters. Here, you can find service providers with all the equipment and experience to ensure that you have lots of fun when fishing. If you are hiring a fishing charter for the first time, you may not have a lot of knowledge about the fishing experience that you will have.
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  • 3 Simple Boat Maintenance Tips Every Boat Owner Should Remember

    Like a car, a boat needs regular maintenance in order for it to run smoothly and to avoid unnecessary wear and tear. It can be good to take your boat in for regular marine service before or after each boating season so it can be maintained by a pro from stem to stern, but as a boat owner, there are a few things you can also do as well to keep it in good working order.
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  • Top Four Reasons to Sell Your Old Gun to a Dealer Rather Than an Individual

    If you have an old gun that you no longer use, you can sell it to another individual. Alternatively, you can skip the hassle and sell your gun to a dealer who buys used guns. Here are the top four reasons you may want to sell to a dealer rather than an individual. 1. You don't have to market your gun. If you are trying to sell your old gun to an individual, you have to market it yourself.
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