Archive for February, 2016
Family camping trips are a classic way of vacationing on a budget — or in luxury — and getting some quality time with family and friends. In fact, you may have had a few family camping vacations yourself when you were younger. Maybe you’ve even decided to make this a vacation tradition for your own family now! But you probably don’t realize just how popular family camping trips really are. Take a look at the numbers below and you’ll see what we mean!
42.5 million: The number of people who went camping in 2011.
534.9 million: The number of individual camping days that Americans took in 2011.
Nothing drops a jaw quicker and makes quite the same impact as limousines. Long held as a universal status symbol around the world, many people picture a stretch limousine whenever they think of the fancy automobiles. In truth, a limousine is a term that has traditionally been used to denote a vehicle that has a permanent division between the passenger and the driver; the first limousines were produced in 1902. The first stretch limousines were produced in Fort Smith, Arkansas around 1928 and have since been one of the most easily-recognized symbols of wealth in the world.
A Taste of High Class
Riding in a limousine is an experience in and of itself. The president of the United States has a personal limousine that is built new every four years — the vice president or one of the vis
In the wise words of Sebastian, the cranky crab in the Disney movie The Little Mermaid: “Up on the shore they work all day. Out in the sun they slave away. While we devotin?
Full time to floatin? Under the sea.”
Due to the unavailability of oxygen, it is not advisable for a human to embrace the carefree life of a fish under the sea. However, for a human, the spirit and soul of Sebastian’s words can be encompassed through life on a boat. Here are a few reasons why living on a boat is better than life on land:
- Simple living is happy living.
Psychologists say that when people own more clutter than they know how to manage, their brains go into a state of anxiety. In the materialistic culture we live in, this state of mind is almost the norm. Living on a boat