Posts Tagged ‘family’

The Summer Move From Hot to Humid

Wednesday, 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 [...]

Travel Tips to European Countries: Holland

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013
Copyright © 2013 John Hunter About the Country The summers are cool here but the winters are severe with some chances of snowfall. Rainfall can be expected in any month of the year. Dutch is the official language here. English, French and German are the other languages that are spoken, out of which English is widely spoken. Incase of emergency The Rest of the Story [...]

Places to Visit in Italy

Thursday, October 4th, 2012
The country often referred to as the "boot heel" country, has a plethora of fantastic Italy tours to decide between From North to South, East Coast to West coast, the countryside is so varied, a person sometimes feels like simply closing their eyes and pointing a finger at some part of the map The Rest of the Story [...]

History Of The Car

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012
By Jordan Brandon There are 39,950,000 registered vehicles within the UK and this includes cars, vans, buses, taxis and trucks. This means that everyone relies on transport like this and that we would struggle to cope without it. But what is the history of the car who came up with it and who helped develop it? The automobile dates back to 1770 The Rest of the Story [...]

Finding Our Lost Generation

Saturday, September 29th, 2012
By Drew Barkstead The young people in our society are often referred to as our lost generation. This is because young people are bearing the brunt of the cuts from the government. Schools are facing millions of cuts meaning the equipment they need cannot be paid for this means that the young people are not reaching their potential and when they are The Rest of the Story [...]

Fundraising For The Disabled

Saturday, September 29th, 2012
By Chetan Wallace Living with a disability can cause many problems and generally the financial ones are the most serious. By having a disability it can decrease your income and increase your expenditure as you need to purchase more expensive items. As well as this travel expenses are likely to go through the roof as special arrangements constantly The Rest of the Story [...]

Applications For The IPad

Friday, September 28th, 2012
By Mark Halberd IPad's are proving ever popular with over 55 million being sold since their release in 2009. When you get one these it is extremely likely that you will want to load it full of apps (short for applications) that can make day-to-day life easier. With over 300,000 apps available which ones to choose can be a baffling decision. In The Rest of the Story [...]

Hot Spots For Travel In The United States

Saturday, August 18th, 2012
By Winston Takeda Traveling is a fun way to spend time with your family. Whether you are going on a road trip, or taking a plane somewhere, it gives everybody something to look forward to and enjoy together. Many people say the happiest times of the year are when they take their family vacations together. Sometimes, though, it can be tough to choose The Rest of the Story [...]

Keep Your Family Safe With These Florida Beach Safety Tips

Sunday, June 17th, 2012
When you're headed out to enjoy the beaches this summer here are some things to keep in mind to maximize the fun and minimize the chance of injury Always take sunscreen and use it, it does no good unless applied liberally and often during the day The Rest of the Story [...]

Finding ATVs For Sale Can Be a Fun Process

Saturday, June 9th, 2012
Sometimes, depending on the season and your location, finding ATVs for sale can be a challenging endeavor ATVs are also called all terrain vehicles because they can traverse almost any type of landscape with ease The Rest of the Story [...]