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There’s nothing that nature lovers want to do more than explore the outdoors. Whether it’s going on a hike or visiting a park, these people need to be outside with the grass, sun, and flowers. However, major responsibilities like family and work can cut into a nature lover’s time outside. They might not get the chance […]Continue reading
If you’re hoping to take better care of your lawn this year, you probably want to do everything you can to give it the best chance to thrive. If you’re not yet sure how to aerate your lawn, this will make a huge difference in its health and appearance. According to the National Association of Landscape Professionals, […]Continue reading
There’s nothing better than the smell of freshly mown grass. When Edwin Beard Budding invented the lawn mower in 1830, he gave all homeowners the chance to create their own, neatly cut lawns. Of course, the lawn mowers used today are far more technical that his initial device, and require a little bit more care. Today’s mowers, with […]Continue reading
Here are a few hints and tips to help you prepare for your first hike. A little preparation beforehand can help make your hike more enjoyable, relaxing and safe. (Video by Expert Village)Before setting out on your first day hike, there are some essential items to pack, and actions to take:1. Water bottle According to […]Continue reading
The Fiskars Stand-Up Weeder makes weeding a pleasure instead of a chore. Much better for your back than constantly bending down and standing up with traditional weeding tools, it is quite straightforward to operate. Here are a few tips from Fiskars to help you get started. Video by Fiskars In the image above, you can […]Continue reading
Video by IrixGuy’s Adventure Channel The first step is to set up the base – make sure the power cable is at the back of the base for safety. Add lava rocks to the base – at least enough to cover the heater element. Ideally the wood chip smoker box (see below) shouldn’t come into […]Continue reading