Replacing The Old Top Or Cover For Your Boat

In some parts of the country, summer seems to go on forever and with it, activities like boating go on all year. When maintaining your boat and keeping it in good shape, you may run into some things that need to be replaced or repaired over time. Covers, tops, and sails are all subject to wear and tear and the canvas used to make them is available for custom projects if you are into making your own top or cover. [Read More]

A Couple Of Considerations For Choosing A Concealed Carry Holster

If you are new to the concealed carry scene, there are a few things that you need to know. For example, if it is uncomfortable for you to carry your gun, the problem may not be the gun itself, but the holster you are using to carry it. There are several options on the market, and choosing one that will work for you requires understanding a few of the key characteristics to look for in a holster. [Read More]

Bring Fun With You When You Visit The Beach: 3 Cool Activities For Your Vacation Beach Rental

If you are planning a trip to the beach and are wondering about things to do besides laying out and getting a tan, then you should consider bringing along some fun stuff to use the during the day. You don't want to rely on there being a equipment shop near your beach rental that will have things for you to use. If you have rented a quiet, beach cottage along a desolate stretch of beach, for instance, then you might not have a commercial area nearby. [Read More]

4 Tips for Taking a Small Boat Out on the Open Sea

If you have a small boat that you want to take out to sea, you need to make sure that your boat is equipped to handle the open waters. Here are four things you need to do before you take your boat out in the ocean. #1 Fuel Capacity The first thing that you need to keep in mind is the fuel capacity of your boat. You need to make sure that you have enough fuel to go out and back in with some to spare in case you encounter conditions that you are not expecting or in case you get a little lost while out on the open sea. [Read More]