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Saturday, July 28, 2007

A Camping List Keeps Your Mind In Perspective And Makes Your Trip More Fun!

The best way to make sure you are fully prepared for your trip, is to make sure you have a completed camping list. Use this list to ensure everything you need is inside the vehicle and not inside of your house.

Even simple things need to be on the list, and a good example is if you want to make smores, you need to pack everything needed to make this treat. Smores just wouldn’t be smores without the marshmallows. So make sure you have a complete list, including those little items you want to make the trip more enjoyable.

Organization Is The First Key To Successful Camping

Your camping list is an organization of everything you want to take with you on your trip. Before you go pitching things in this bag and that bag, make sure you sit down at your table, grab a pen and piece of paper, and start jotting down the items you know you want to take.
Many of the items that are on your camping list will lead to other items needing to be added as well. Without your list, you may not remember those little items that go with the items you are bringing. This means you may not get to have that extra fun you were looking to have at the evening campfire.

Your Camping List Serves As A Friendly Reminder For What You Need.

We all need friendly reminders like a camping list. I mean, lets face it, many of us have family members which will be joining us on our vacation in the wilderness. These little people that are walking around with us can be hard to keep track of. Remembering ever person’s needs in the whole house seems to be the role of the parents. With your camping list, you are less likely to forget those little things your child is sure to cross their arms at.

This means everyone will be happy and the camping trip will run smoothly. You can never go wrong when it comes to writing a camping list, unless you write it at the last minute. Then it’s almost like you are just working on a wing and a prayer, and just hopefully you may remember the important things.

Oh, but hey, before you run out that door to go shopping for the items you need, please make sure you have your camping list with you! Wandering aimlessly through the store isle will not remind you of everything that was on your camping list.

Sunday, July 01, 2007

Lazy J campground in Bellevue Ohio

Wow what can I say when you find a great place you have to share it with the otherRV's and campers out there. Since we have been pulling a travel trailer across the USThis has been one of the nicest parks we have been in.

For those of you that are geography challenged, it is located 12 miles southof Sandusky Ohio, Home of Ceder Point and from what I have seen more indoor water parksfor square mile then any where else. The address is 4888 US highway 20 Bellevue, Ohio 44811and there web site is www.lazy-j.com Phone 419-483-3177

First will start with the campground the ad say most of it? Camping at the Lazy J RV Resort is as fun filled and exciting oras laid back and relaxing, as you and your family would like. Have a seat on our front porch and get into that book you'vebeen reading, fish off the banks of Lake Lazy J and catch dinner for the whole family. Play on the Jumping Pillow, challengeeach other on the 18 hole Mini-Golf Course, or jump into our large swimming pool.

While the park is set up a bit different them most this is the first time I was ever escorted to the camp site and had someone make sure we got in the site ok, that was a great bonus. The staff that Yana and Paul have are the best in the business, they go out of there way to make your stay enjoyable no matter how long your staying.

I will tell you the jumping pillow keeps the girls entertained for hours at a time, and the relaxed setting even makes workingfrom here a great deal also, they have a great wireless system WiFi access. For 20.00 dollars a week you cant go wrong, wehave been able to run our Full time Internet Marketing business from the campground and it works just as good as our connection at home.

The park owners Jama "Yana" and Paul Hebner make the stay enjoyable and special, every one is treaded as a part of the family.while we were here we had a bit of bad weather where the Office was hit by lightning and we lost a awning in the storm, eventhough they were having major problems of there own they arranged for a service call for us and an hour after the storm stopped we had the areas best RV service company in Ohio was on site and removing our damaged awning for us. I have to also mention that Alstate Insurance was a pleasure to deal with while on the road, If your looking for RV insurance give them a call.

And no mater what type of camping your doing from driving you million dollar diesel pusher to a tent or even if you don’t own a tent and want a cabin its all here and worth the visit when your in the area, I believe if you want to experience the areas attractions like ceder point and the water parks this is the place to be based in. You will be glad you stayed here.

Greg and Stephanie Mulac are full time Internet marketers running WWW.90percentattitude.com , there camping site can be found at http://www.rvcampingtips.com and there camping blog at http://mycampingworld.rvcampingtips.com/

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