The Summer Move From Hot to Humid

January 28th, 2015
In August of 2010, the family made the move from sunny and not humid Southern California to very humid Indianapolis The kids were 13,11,and 8 at the time The Rest of the Story [...]

Binocular and What They Come With

December 20th, 2014
Buying binoculars can be a daunting experience, especially if this is your first pair It is best to purchase your first pair at a store that specializes in binoculars and accessories than buying them online so you can make sure that you are getting what you need and not purchasing unnecessary accessories The Rest of the Story [...]

Bog Myrtle – An Ancient Beer Brewing Flavouring And A Modern Insect Repellant

November 5th, 2014
By David Hugonin BOTANICAL NAME Myrica Gale Mog Myrtle sometimes known as Sweet Gale is the badge of the Campbells and is a deciduous, bushy shrub, growing to 4 feet high. The wood and leaves are fragrant when bruised. The leaves, not unlike a willow or myrtle, are oblanceolate, tapering entire at the base, toothed and broadest at the apex, the The Rest of the Story [...]

The Benefits Of Having A Hobby

July 6th, 2014
As kids, a lot of us are heavily into hobbies, be it arts and craft, calligraphy, ballet, flower arrangements, puzzles, martial arts or collecting stamps or coins. However, as we grow up and 'real world' responsibilities set in, we gradually let go of our favourite pastimes. That's not good, say researchers, because hobbies have been shown to have a The Rest of the Story [...]

Surviving A Tornado When Your Home May Not

May 6th, 2014
By Katie McCoy The United States has witnessed a number of high-profile tornado disasters in recent years. There was the distressing story involving seven young kids who died when an EF5 tornado destroyed their elementary school last summer. Not long after the school disaster another powerful twister led to the deaths of tornado researcher Tim The Rest of the Story [...]

A Search, A Blonde and Reflections

April 7th, 2014
From Time to time we get requests from readers for assistance-some are easy to handle, others not so as is the case with the request below which comes from Captain Thomas Mildenberger, who flies for what he says is a "bigger German airline" His email reads in part as follows: "As an intensive hobby, I am researching about a distinctive German sports plane, the Heinkel He64 The Rest of the Story [...]

Be In the Know: Tips for Your Island Vacations in Southern Florida

March 28th, 2014
A vacation spot should be one that relaxes you, energizes you, and offers you new experiences that you could not necessarily have in your daily grind. Tropical island vacations seem to be one type of vacation that does this for almost everyone. Depending upon your island of choice, you could do everything from basking on the sunshiny beaches to climbing The Rest of the Story [...]

Africa Sets Out Its Stall For Tourists

March 19th, 2014
Africa Sets Out Its Stall For Tourists African countries and airlines will benefit from a rise in touristsMore than 50,000 attendees at the World Travel Market (WTM) in London, looked at what the African tourism industry representatives had to offer The Rest of the Story [...]

Motorcycle Boots, Helmets And More

March 19th, 2014
There are numerous terrific bike accessories to pick from, you certainly can make your bike look initial, even if it is one of thousands that are created exactly the same when you acquire it. Some motorbike accessories are optional and some you have to purchase without exception. Security devices are something you should invest your money the day The Rest of the Story [...]

Take A Knife With You On Your Next Outdoor Adventure

March 18th, 2014
It is almost that time a year again when we all start to think about getting out into the great outdoors once again. Whether your passion is hunting, hiking, camping, kayaking, fishing or one of the many other adventures that come with warm weather it is wise to start thinking about purchasing a knife you can carry with you. A knife is an all-purpose The Rest of the Story [...]