recreation--sports

  • 3 Reasons You Should Learn To Sail On A Small Boat


    Being able to maneuver a boat through the open sea is a goal that many people share. Without proper training, sailing can quickly become a deadly activity. While it might seem easier to learn how to operate a larger vessel, there are some significant benefits to be had by learning to sail on a small boat. Here are three reasons to consider small-boat sailing lessons if you want to be a better captain in the future.
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  • 3 Reasons You Shouldn't Bring Your Golf Clubs On A Golf Vacation


    If you are preparing to head to a golf resort for an upcoming vacation, the first thing that you might be thinking about packing is your set of golf clubs. However, in many cases, it is best to leave them at home and rent at the golf course instead. If you still aren't convinced, consider these three reasons to do so. 1. Save on Airfare Depending on which airline you are flying with and how big your golf bag is, you could wind up paying considerable baggage fees for bringing your clubs with you.
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  • A Few Things To Ask Before Making An Appointment To Skydive


    Some people will tell you that jumping out of a perfectly good airplane is a bit crazy. However, it can also be one of the most exhilarating things you will ever experience. If you are looking for a true thrill that is still safe, skydiving is one of the least dangerous activitiesyou could choose. It is safer than riding motorcycles, hang-gliding, and canoeing, to name a few. If you have decided to give it a try, here are a few things you should ask the company who will be taking you up before you set up an appointment or head to the nearest drop zone.
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  • Tips For Adults Who Want To Learn To Swim


    Although most people think of children when they think about learning to swim, the truth is that people of all ages find themselves wanting to learn basic swimming skills. If you never learned how to swim as a child, you may think about wanting to learn but hesitate because you're older. Don't let your age discourage you from seeking out the adventures that you want to have. Here are some tips to help you out as you learn how to swim.
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  • Three Factors To Consider When Shopping For A Used Boat


    Whether you're an avid fisher, water sports enthusiast or a cottage owner who simply enjoys cruising around the lake as the sun sets, buying a boat is something that often sits atop your wishlist. If buying a shiny new boat doesn't suit your budget, many boat dealers offer an impressive selection of new products that can be a steal. While reputable dealers put their used boats through an intensive inspection to ensure that each boat will meet the demands of its new owners, there are a number of factors to keep in mind when you're shopping in the used market.
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  • Firearms Courses That Satisfy Girl Guide And Scouts Canada Badges: What To Expect


    Whether you join Girl Guides of Canada or Scouts Canada as a boy or girl, eventually you will want to complete all of your requirements for your outdoor recreation badges. This includes learning how to shoot guns properly and safely. You can complete these courses either with your troop or alone with your parent or guardian supervising. Here is what you can expect after you enroll in a firearms course that satisfies your badge requirements.
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  • Useful And Fun Reasons To Charter A Helicopter


    Chartered helicopter rides are a favorite for many tourists in areas like the Grand Canyon and are a way for creative boyfriends to propose to their loved ones. Companies that sell these services to the public are willing to fly anywhere, as long as it is safe and the air space is not restricted. This makes it possible to hire them for a number of reasons. Here are a few ideas.
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