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Playgrounds The Best Place for the Complete Growth of Kids

16th May 2012
A playground is the place that is specially meant to provide a joyous playing time to the kids and to stimulate their physical as well as mental abilities. Therefore it becomes very important to install an adequate number of equipment with the proper safe... Read >
Author: Nicolas Breedlove

Head Lice Facts: Transmission, Symptoms and Treatments

03rd October 2011
Head lice lead to highly emotional reactions and it is not always easy to tell between misconceptions and facts. Here are some of the most important head lice facts about how they can be transmitted, what are the symptoms associated, and how to treat lice... Read >
Author: Paula Tooney

Ornate Security Fencing Gives Your Premises a Classy Look

26th July 2011
Ornate security fencing provides a hard wearing, secure, safe and stylish fencing to your home and premises. The classy look that this type of fencing provides the perimeter with, adds that zing to the house. A large variety of ornate fencing styles are a... Read >
Author: David Khan

Looking after your Patagonia fleece

13th May 2011
Patagonia Organization has created from advertising gears and equipment of most Alpine climbers. Later on Patagonia became identified for manufacturing out of doors apparels, specially for mountaineering enthusiasts. You might be sure to be satisfied with... Read >
Author: joanne

Climbing the Matterhorn and a couple of a lot more 4000ers

19th July 2010
Marta, one of my buddy told me, that her boyfriend has spent a perfect holiday in in Switzerland, by the Alps, and had reached the peak of Matterhorn. I know that he likes outdoor sports, but that was really surprising... Climbing the Matterhorn is one of... Read >
Author: Carlos Craig

Keep a Rock Climbing Journal

23rd February 2010
Rock climbing is a great way to escape the rat race, live on the edge and get a heck of a view. Alas, your rock climbing experiences can fade with time. The best way to prevent this is to keep a rock climbing journal. Rock climbing Journals Take a m... Read >
Author: Daron Soto

Climbmax Climbing Gym

21st December 2009
Located in Tempe, Arizona, ClimbMax is Arizona's largest indoor rock climbing facility. With over 15,000 square feet of varied terrain for lead climbing, top roping, bouldering, or cave climbing ClimbMax is a great place to train, learn, or just have ... Read >
Author: ClimbMax Climbing Gym

Can Isometric Exercise Help Rock Climbing?

10th August 2009
Participation in rock climbing can be pretty strenuous on the hands and forearms. The actual climbing skills can be learned but to make those climbs safe and enjoyable one needs be sure the strength of the hands and arms are up to it. There are a number o... Read >
Author: Tim Archbold

Mice Problems in Phoenix

04th June 2009
When it comes to mice, there are two species typically found in Arizona: the common house mouse and the deer mouse. If you live in Phoenix, your culprit is most likely the common house mouse. While many might consider mice to be cuddly little creature... Read >
Author: Adam Spector

Rock Climbing Knots

11th May 2008
In a complex sport such as rock climbing, knots are central features in any climbing activity. Knots are able to join everything, from the rope you tie your equipment with to your waist, to any climbing technique you perform, and rescue systems. There are... Read >
Author: Roz Curtis

Accidents on Kilimanjaro

15th April 2007
Accidents on Mount KilimanjaroMount Kilimanjaro at 5964 m is the highest mountain in Africa and highest free standing mountain in the world and one of the few peaks of this height that is non-technical (i.e. you do not need ropes and pitons to climb it). ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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