Whether you are a home owner or looking to own a home in the future, preparing your home in between seasons is an important step to take. Now that fall is officially here, it's time to make sure you stay warm and cozy during those dark nights. The steps listed below will help your home stay energy efficient throughout the season and protect your beloved investment for years to come. From DIY projects to calling your local repair man these are a few of our energy effient ways to get ready for winter!
Winter travel destinations are a little bit different. You have to factor in cold weather of course, and from there decide on what exactly you’re looking for. Are you seeking a refuge from the cold season, or a place to spend time outside? Or are you looking for a charming winter town where you can simply embrace the season? Your answers to these questions will point toward wildly different destinations. But to provide a little something for everyone, we've put together a range of different kinds of places in the list below:
After a long day hike, an afternoon climb or a 5 to 6-hour bike ride getting back into the car and traveling back home (usually in traffic) can be a huge downer. You might be hungry for some hot food, or maybe wearing moist clothes from sweating or being caught in a storm - either way - the drive can be quite unpleasant. When planning your adventurous day, the drive home can be the last thing on your mind - but fear not! We have all you need to make that journey back just a little bit more bearable!