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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: John Marcus 
 Article Title :: Bird Watching Tips
Bird watching is a fantastic hobby suitable for individuals of all ages. In addition to enjoying the great outdoors and gaining an appreciation for nature, bird watching is a hobby that can be shared with friends and family. Many bird watchers find themselves healthier due to their time outside scanning the skies for that ultra-rare bird. If you are interested in beginning bird watching as a hobby, consider the following tips to get your started and on the right track. 1.) Get a book. Most bird watchers are not experts on our fine feathered friends from the start. Instead of thinking, a bird is a bird is a bird, think again! Birds are a fabulous species that are as diverse as any other se  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Robert Partain 
 Article Title :: Speed and Break Tips while Putting
As you already know, the act of putting is a series of combined efforts. From getting the right stance to following through properly, putting is an entire series of techniques and flow, and they all have to come together in order to sink that ball. But there are two areas in putting that have almost nothing to do with the mechanics of putting, and, yet, they are crucial to keeping your putting strokes down. They are: judging speed and estimating the break. Learning how to deal with these two issues is one of the toughest parts of the golf game to improve, and usually it takes a lot of practice and experience before you are able to make any significant change. However, there are some things  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Robert Partain 
 Article Title :: Make Old Clubs Like New
Over the years, I've learned that some golfing tips are better than others. To be honest, some of the best golf tips are also some of the simpliest to apply. This may be one that falls into that category. If you're like me and find yourself not able to afford a new set of clubs this year or you simply don't want to get rid of your old favorites, consider reinvigorating those old clubs with some new grips. Depending on how much you play and practice will determine when you should be thinking about replacement grips. And, of course, better made grips should last longer than less expensive ones. But, overall, after two or three seasons, it's time to take a look at those grips to see if they   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Robert Partain 
 Article Title :: Tips For A Well Executed Chip Shot
If you've played golf for any length of time at all, you know that chip shots are one of the most important shots in your arsenal. Well-executed chip shots are absolutely mandatory for keeping your score down. The reason for that is simple: In any round of golf you WILL be faced with at least a few chip shots in order to get on the green. How you play those chip shots determine how the ball lands on the green (or in some cases, overshoots the green). In other words, a chip shot is a set up shot for your putt... or at least it should be. In technical terms, a chip shot is a low-flying, long rolling shot that is normally hit from fairly close to the green. The trick is the shot should hi  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Robert Partain 
 Article Title :: How To Fix A Weak Grip
For the average golfer, the grip is probably the most overlooked fundamental, yet it's one of the most important techniques to good golf. An incorrect grip, especially one that's too weak, sets up a chain reaction that makes it difficult (if not impossible) to hit the ball straight and with any reasonable distance. A weak grip is created when your hands are turned too far to the left on the club, and the club sits too high in the palm of your left hand. You'll know your grip is too weak when your thumbs align straight down the shaft and the "V"s created by your thumbs and index fingers point directly up at your chin. Perhaps one of the easiest ways to know if you have a weak grip or no  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Tim Jeffries 
 Article Title :: The Real Secrets to Getting a Good Deal on Stained Glass
Did you know that you can find stained glass deals if you look hard enough? There are a number of places to buy stained glass - let's look at a few of them. The easiest and least risky way to buy glass is in a kit. You can purchase kits online: simply search for "stained glass kits" and you'll see dozens of online suppliers. Or you can buy kits at Michael's Arts and Crafts, Ben Franklin, or your local craft store. Many smaller craft stores may not stock kits, but they will be glad to order what you want. The kit will only include glass you need for the project; you don't have to worry about leftovers. If you're new to the hobby, start with a kit or two - that way you won't invest in glas  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Adel Awwad 
 Article Title :: Alabama Casinos
Alabama is a southern state located in "the Heart of Dixie", with a rich history dating back to the Civil War. It is known for its Magnolia trees, lush gardens, grand old historic homes, and southern hospitality. Alabama, with a population of over 4,500,000, is adjacent to Georgia, Mississippi, and Florida. The capital of Alabama is Montgomery, which was the first capital of the Confederacy. Alabama casinos are for the most part bingo casinos, which are run by Native Americans. Casinos can only be run on Native American land, since there is no legalized gambling as such in the state of Alabama. The revenue from the Alabama casinos, as a result, is not taxed by the state of Alabama, since   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Nicky Whatmore 
 Article Title :: Rubber Stamps - Advice to help choose the right product for you
Many of you may have used rubber stamps before either while crafting or in the office. Rubber stamps are pieces of rubber that can be carved and molded into an image or pattern. The rubber can be mounted onto a stable block and then the ink is coated onto the design and then pressed onto some sort of fabric or paper so the colored image is transferred. There are three basic types of stamps. These are listed below; 1) Regular Rubber Stamps These are the basic kind that are used with a separate ink pad. They are easy to get hold of and cheap to buy. However they may be messy if not used properly. This type is ideal for crafters since you can own a variety of designs to decorate   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Frank Hague 
 Article Title :: The GMC Collectible Motor Home
In the 1970's, General Motors entered the RV market. Drawing on the exuberance of the times, the company set out to create the ultimate American Motor home. Their aim was to produce a top-of the-line vehicle with cutting-edge design and construction, not just another competitor in the already crowded vacation vehicle market. The common design in this era was a boxy, ungainly and top-heavy unit on a truck chassis. The GMC vehicle was intended to be a completely new design in every way. Design work began in 1970, with the market introduction planned for 1973. "Doesn't look like a box or ride like a truck" was the GMC ad slogan. The new vehicle would be unusual for this era in several way  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Teresa www.patch-corner-crafts2004.co.uk 
 Article Title :: Accucut Die Cuts
After selling die cuts for nearly 2 years I discovered the Accucut machine and range of shapes. They are far better than their competitors with a wider range of shapes and much more detail. I now have over 200 shapes to choose from and will be buying more soon. Unlike it's competitors this machine is worked by winding a handle and is much easier and quicker to use.   (read full article)
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