Be 'Prop Aware' On Your Bar Crusher This Season

Your Bar Crusher boat is perfect for aquatic leisure and sporting activities during the summer months.  However, when you head off out for a day's seafaring fun with your family and friends, it's important to remember that the most dangerous thing you might encounter in the water is not necessarily in possession of a curved dorsal fin and razor sharp teeth. Boat propellers are responsible for many injuries and deaths ever year.

When a caravan is past its prime

What do you do with a caravan when it has past its prime? The easiest answer is to sell it for scrap. With a little imagination, there are a number of things you can do with an old caravan to give it a number of years of added use.   Restore the caravan Old caravans can be given a new lease on life by having them restored to their former glory.

Bass Fishing Tips To Help You Bait A Bass Successfully

Before you get a fishing boat hire and set out to catch a bass, first understand bass behavior. Successful bass fishing is dependent partly on the skill and partly on your knowledge of the fish. Below is an outline of key bass tendencies that will help you to understand bass behavior and successfully catch a bass. Bass Habits Bass move closer to the shore just before nesting. The pre-nesting period is also commonly called pre-spawning.

Choosing material for your tennis court

Building a tennis court at home can save you money long term by helping you avoid expensive tennis club memberships, and it also gives your children a place at home where they can play and keep active. When wanting to build a tennis court on your property, there are a lot of considerations you'll have to make. You need to decide what tennis court builder to hire, where you should put it and what size you want it in.

4 Ways to Substitute Large Baby Items for Caravan-Friendly Alternatives

Going caravanning with babies can be a great way to introduce them to a life of adventure, but you'll need to make some changes to the way you travel. One of those changes should be the substitution of larger baby items and accessories, such as cots, for smaller, more travel-friendly alternatives. Here are just four ways to make those switches with ease. 1. Folding Cot Instead of Static Cot