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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Jim Edwards 
 
 Article Title :: Slack Economy Fuels eBay Shopping
 
With the current economic outlook appearing fairly bleak for many individuals and businesses, most feel the need to make every dollar count. But, no matter how bad the economy does or doesn't get for every one of us, one fact remains a constant of human nature: People love a bargain! This fact came home quite clearly to me last week when I used eBay to turn an expensive business purchase into an almost guilty buying pleasure. I needed to purchase a very specialized piece of equipment for my home office called a "Mimio Board." It converts a standard "white board" you draw on with erasable markers into a digital board you use with your PC. In short, everything you draw on the board shows  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Richard Myers 
 
 Article Title :: Should We Walk or Ride
 
Should We Walk or Ride Most of us when playing golf are riding in carts. But should we consider walking rather than riding? The PGA has written they believe "walking is the most enjoyable way to play golf and the use of carts is detrimental to the game." They claim "this negative trend needs to be stopped now before it becomes accepted that riding in a cart is the way to play golf." There is no doubt that walking the course is a good exercise program. There have been many scientific studies to prove that walking a golf course is a great exercise. One study has shown that walking 18 holes has about the intensity of 50 percent of maxium aerobic workout. Another study shows that bad cholest  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Stephanie Olsen 
 
 Article Title :: Your Child's Goldfish ~ easy, inexpensive care ~
 
Goldfish are popular starter pets for children and a good parental choice when it comes to budget and time considerations, although you should take note that goldfish can grow to be anywhere from 6 to 12 inches and may live for as long as 10 years. Getting Ready The day before you take your child to the pet shop, fill clean buckets with 10 gallons (that's 16 quarts or nearly 40 liters) of water so that it has 24 to 48 hours in which to allow chlorine, lead and any other toxins to evaporate and in order that the water is room temperature. Goldfish can survive in a wide range of temperatures, from above 50 to below 80 degrees Fahrenheit (that's 10 and 27 degrees Celsius respectively). It's   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: David Leonhardt 
 
 Article Title :: Finding adventure in little things
 
We recently planted our saskatoon berry trees. I am sure those of you who live in Saskatchewan know exactly what I am talking about. For the 99.99999% of Internet readers who have never even heard of Saskatchewan, let alone of saskatoon berries, allow me to explain. Saskatoon is the name of one of the two big cities in Saskatchewan. In this case, "big" is a relative word. But Saskatoon is big enough to have a food named after it, which puts it in the same league as Hamburg (hamburgers), France (French fries) and Iceland (ice). Saskatchewan is a small Canadian province. Small in that its population can comfortably fit onto the deck of a luxury cruise liner ... except who would want to do t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Joel Habakkuk 
 
 Article Title :: EASY WAYS TO MAKE YOUR HOME THEATER PERFORM, AT LITTLE OR NO COST!
 
A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. No matter how excellent the quality of your HDTV, 18" DBS receiver, or DVD/DVD-AUDIO player, it'll never see the light (or sound) of day if The interconnect (if there's a jack for it) which yields the highest quality is not employed. The cable isn't sufficient at isolating the signal from other signals, or limiting signal loss through "leakage." So here are a few basic tips you may or may not already be aware of, that will increase the probability you'll extract the highest quality your audio/video gear is capable of providing. 1. REPLACE ORIGINAL CABLES: Those "free" ones which come with most components may have a quality "look", (especia  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Marty Anthony 
 
 Article Title :: Mississippi Outdoor Adventures
 
Well the first new video is almost ready. We have all of our deer hunting footage recorded and ready for release. We anticipate a late spring or early summer release. The turkey season is the last part of filming that is required. Join Marty Anthony, Jamie Honeycutt, and John Hollingsworth in our upcoming video. We are Mississippi Outdoor Adventures. We look forward to the best turkey season in years. We have seen more turkeys this year than ever before. I saw flocks almost every day of deer season with 20-40 turkeys, including some great big gobblers. Just the other day I saw an albino gobbler. I personally am looking forward to taking my first turkey with a bow this year. We look forwa  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: C.L.Hanna 
 
 Article Title :: Delectable Collectibles
 
What causes us to become collectors? For some of us, it's as simple as finally being able to afford to have that certain thing that, as a child, we always wanted but were unable to attain due to a lack of finances. Perhaps we dreamed of it, longed for it, and hoped for it so much, that now, as adults having the money to buy it...we simply can't get enough of it! For my mother-in-law it was dolls. Now, in her seventies she has many dolls! Some she has purchased for herself, but most have been gifts from those who have known that she loved them as a girl, yet never had one of her very own. The variety of dolls she now has, adorn her bedroom and give her great pleasure...a testimony to the   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Paula and Coach McCoach 
 
 Article Title :: Live the Life of a Civil War Soldier when You Drink your Mornin' Coffee
 
Live the Life of a Civil War Soldier When you Drink your Mornin’ Coffee by Paula McCoach The Coffee Customer Spoiler Civil War soldiers, Confederate and Union, used to make their coffee in pots. But on the march, they just used their boilers. Remember: don’t boil coffee. Confederates and Union soldiers had a little bit of coffee, chewin tabaccie, and that was it. Moreover, Confederates usually had tobacco, and Union troops had the coffee. When the troops would cross paths during the war, they would trade coffee for tobacco and vice versa. Soldiers would take their hardtack biscuits and soak it in coffee and get some fat and put it in a frying pan and fry a crust on the hardtack like ch  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Paula and Coach McCoach 
 
 Article Title :: Coffee Brewin' Civil War Style
 
Coffee Brewin' - Civil War Style by: Paula McCoach The Coffee Customer Spoiler!! Even though there was a war between the states, both Confederate and Union soldiers still drank their morning coffee. But how did they make it? Obviously, being in the 1860's and in the open fields and battlegrounds, there were no electric coffee makers, cappuccino machines, and not even latte! Jim McCoach, a Civil War reenactor for 25 years, has recreated the method they used and named it Open-Pot Brewin'. Open-Pot Brewin' is a unique technique developed by Coach's Coffee to serve Civil War reenactors coffee in the field. First, Coach's Coffee starts with their own blend, Coach's Blend. This blend is made   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Paula McCoach 
 
 Article Title :: Coffee on Campaign: How to Roast Your Coffee Like Civil War Soldiers
 
Coffee on Campaign Confederate and Union Soldiers Roast their Own Coffee, and You Can Do it Just Like them and other Little Beans about their Coffee Drinkin’ Habits and the War Between the States by Paula McCoach as dictated by the Coach The Coffee Customer Spoilers Roastin’ their own coffee was a common activity among soldiers in the War Between the States. They would carry only a few items and sometimes they would have been issued green coffee that they would roast. Their tin cup was what they had to complete the entire process. Some of them did have a frying pan, but for the most part, they would roast the beans in their tin cups. To do this at home, use a heavy iron frying pan.  (read full article)
 
 
 
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