Who doesn't like beach chairs for a day in the sun by the water? They keep you off of the sand or rocks, they are more comfortable than being on the ground, and they mark your spot on the beach, giving you a place to call your own, and they are portable. And though a standard beach chair works most of the time, sometimes something a little more unique is preferred or needed.
With many families living increasingly sedentary lifestyles, many others are looking for fun, outdoor activities to do with their loved ones. There are plenty of ways to enjoy both the great outdoors and the company of your family.
Fall is here and the cooler weather means it's time to get outdoors and have some fun. If your summer was spent crowded around the air conditioner trying to stay cool, now's the time to enjoy the changing leaves and beautiful fall weather. Though there are many different activities for families to enjoy, now is a great time to visit a local pumpkin patch, go kite flying and visit an apple orchard.Visit A Local Pumpkin PatchA pumpkin patch is a great fall tradition.
Can't afford airfare, time off work, and other travel expenses? That's okay! You'd be surprised at how many fun summer activities are waiting right in your backyard. Checking with your city's website or chamber of commerce/tourism office can lead you in the right direction if you're not sure where to start. In the meantime, here's a list to get you started:1. Mini-road trips.
In today's over-complicated, over technical world, we tend to forget about the simple pleasures in life like kite flying as we tap away at our keyboards, rushing to meet the next deadline. The non-stop stress and fast paced lifestyle that most Americans are leading is literally aging us before our time! Researchers at the University of California in San Francisco found a direct link between stress and premature aging.
If you're looking for a hobby the entire family can get into, why not check out radio controlled aircraft flying? Lots of fun for everyone no matter how young or old, this hands-on hobby has aspects that can appeal to just about anyone.Getting started in radio controlled flying doesn't have to cost a fortune either. A simple craft kit can be enough to help a family decide if the hobby is right for them. If it is, then more advanced kits might be in order.