Traditional Marine Oil Lamps are an essential for any boat or any nautically themed room. They are also incredibly functional in the event of a power outage or other emergency situation.
Sailing is an obsolete form of transportation. So why do some many people enjoy sailing still? Read this article to discover the Joy of Sailing and learn a littlre more about the Age of Sail!
Fat cells ... we all have them. We all need them. They are the "battery packs" of our body - storing energy for later use. However, some people seem to have a lot more fat than others. Why is this? The average human has between 10 billion and 30...
If asked to think of a great white shark jumping onto a boat - most people will conjure up the image from the final scene's in the classic movie Jaws. However, for one research vessel this week, this scene was no hollywood special effect. It was...
Cold Sores (HSV1) is a very common virus that is transmitted through contact. Read this article to learn more about Cold Sores, how to treat them, and how to help limit infecting others.
An enlightening review of the Nor'sea 27' small cruising sailboat, designed by Lyle C. Hess. One of the most seaworthy small trailerable sailboats ever built, the Nor'sea 27 has become an instant classic.
Looking for the ultimate small cruising sailboat that can take you anywhere? Meet the Falmouth 22 Cutter! An amazingly small blue-water sailboat that can easily cross oceans with ease.
The Bristol Channel Cutter (BCC) is a 28-ft sailboat designed by Lyle C. Hess and is quite possibly the most perfect small cruising sailboat ever created.
Learn how to identify and the specific names for different types of sailboats. This guide goes over the Sloop, Ketch, Cutter, and Gaff type rigs of sailboats.
Ever wonder what it's like living on a Floating Home? Read this article to find out and discover "dock magic" for yourself!
An in depth review of the SYM Symba 101cc Scooter plus some helpful tips on how to get started with using a scooter as a supplementary form of transportation.
At some point in your life ... you did know the difference. ThePioneerWoman.com Let me begin this hub by stating a fact ... I am not an english major or an expert on the language. Let me also state another fact ... you don't have to be an expert to...
The early morning air is crisp about you as you take in a deep breath, letting it out slowly as you quiet your mind. You raise your bow towards the target, fingers gently resting on the string and focus your eyes on the far away circle of yellow. ...
Find a starter bow you can handle. Ask around, and people will be glad to show you where and how to shoot.