What have we been up to? You know, lots of swimming, tennis, friends, (VBS planning) among other things... Grand re-opening of Eastern Market on Capitol Hill... Finding nearby hiking trails... Cheering for the Nationals... Mom and daughter going all out on the toes for the 4th... (got this idea from Family Fun a few years ago... easy, and so fun!) The Neighborhood 4th of July Parade. Decorating our street's float, "We're Ducky for *neighborhood name*"... Quack...Our careful driver…
Polish Your Tubes: How To Bring New Life To Your ‘Toon Making your used boat look new
I recently became a proud owner of a gently used Premier Sunsation triple ‘toon, but the aluminum pontoons were turning brown due to oxidation. I wanted to do something to bring the three logs to their original finish.
Dogs Gone Boating: 9 Must Have Dog Items To Take On A Boat
Some dogs are great swimmers; others never will be, because of fear of the water or because they are just not anatomically built for swimming (like long dogs with short legs). But boating enthusiasts who are dog lovers find a way to take both swimmers and non-swimmers on their boats - to enjoy the water or enjoy the weather. Here are 9 must have items to bring along for your dog before you pick up anchor.
How to Clean Mildew From Vinyl Boat Seats | eHow.com
Mildew is a fungus that grows in moist environments. It is no wonder that your vinyl boat seats are susceptible to mildew growth. Mildew on vinyl boat seats is unsightly and makes the surface of the seats look unclean. If left untreated, mildew will continue to spread throughout the vinyl.