Autumn Leaves Are Falling

Autumn is a wonderful time. It is the end of the beginning. In Spring, everything comes to life after being dormant through the cold winter months. Then Summer arrives and everything blossoms and grows. Finally, Autumn is upon us and the trees shed their leaves waiting for the next time they can come back to…

Autumn is a wonderful time. It is the end of the beginning. In Spring, everything comes to life after being dormant through the cold winter months. Then Summer arrives and everything blossoms and grows. Finally, Autumn is upon us and the trees shed their leaves waiting for the next time they can come back to life.

The autumn leaves are changing color, the air is crisp and clean in the early morning, the sound of rustling leaves as they float through the air moving as if they are ready to travel to where old man wind takes them … these are the sounds and sights of Autumn.

Autumn is a perfect time to get out and go for a walk, or even better take your dog with you.

This is also a great time for photography. The amazing colors of the leaves turning red, orange and gold, and the way the light shines through the canopy of leaves makes for some truly amazing shots.

Action shots of dogs (big or small) romping through piles of leaves, wriggling ecstatically on top of the pile, trying to catch falling leaves in their mouths or running along a path with the sunlight behind them. These make for some amazing shots!

Taking advantage of the spectacular backdrops and scenery that the Autumn leaves provide, can make a picture of your best friend so much more interesting. It may even be worthy of having the honor of hanging on your wall, and not just your Autumn screen saver on your computer, tablet or phone.

With the new age of digital cameras and phones with cameras we now take more pictures than ever before. Years ago we were limited to how many pictures we could take, based on how much film you could afford and the cost of developing the film..unless you were lucky enough to have your own darkroom!

Taking 36 pictures in a week used to be a lot, but now with almost everyone having a cell phone and those phones having a high definition camera right in their phone it's nothing to take 36 pictures in a matter of minutes. Our cameras and phones consistently hit their limits and we have to go through and delete hundreds of pictures that we never would have taken had it cost money for film and developing.

It is estimated that people take at least 100 times as many pictures now as opposed to the old film and developing days.

Why not? There's no reason why we can not have amazing shots of our furry friends, and Autumn is a great time of the year to capture some wonderful memories of them.

But then again, Winter is only a short time away so we can get ready for some amazing shots of our fur baby's trying to catch snow flakes instead of leaves, and enjoying their first-time diving into piles of snow!

Actually, it sounds like there really is not a bad time to take pictures of our best friends!

5 Must Haves For Winters

Winter is love and I enjoy it to my fullest every year. It's the time of year when my energy is at the maximum because I do not enjoy much in summers due to the scorching sun shining all over my head. I do skiing, skating, and enjoy some other outdoor play, but still, there…

Winter is love and I enjoy it to my fullest every year. It's the time of year when my energy is at the maximum because I do not enjoy much in summers due to the scorching sun shining all over my head. I do skiing, skating, and enjoy some other outdoor play, but still, there are some things I always have to prepare before winters start. Here's what you need to make your winters worthwhile.

1. Ski

Like I said, I love skiing so I need ski shoes and boats. Go to a local sports store where commercial playground equipment is available and there you will easily find ski items, too. I usually shop in September as it is the time when great variety is available and store staff treats you well, too, because they have a plenty of time.

2. Skates

Just like skiing, I love skating and I need skates every winter, both for myself and my kids. I have seen some used pairs available at multiple sports shops and I was surprised to see their condition. They were good enough for the use of both young and adults, so make sure you get some of these to make the most of coming winters.

3. Beauty Products

In winters, skin gets very dry and sometimes, even itchy due to the central heat. I always prefer keeping coconut oil at my home in winters and I moisturize my kids with it. However, I also buy some winter creams and lotions to make sure my children's skin does not get affected. Some of the brands I have tried including Nature's Baby Organics, Earth Mama Angel Baby, and California Baby have given fruitful results.

4. Lip Balm

Just like skin, lips get dry a lot during winters. Therefore, I always keep a lip balm in my bag and keep one in each of my kid's pocket. This way, I reduce the chances of forgetting it before getting out. In case you can not find a decent chapstick or lip balm, try moisturizing lips with coconut oil. It has done wonders for me, to be honest. If it does not suit you, you can also try simple butter and Aquaphor as a lip balm. However, try to use them in a little amount so that it will not irritate you.

5. Snow Gear

When you get the first unexpected snow, you need readily available things like snowshoes, gloves, pants, hats, and coats. Kids get so excited when it's the first snow of the year and all they want is to go outside and make a snowman and take pictures. Therefore, your snow gear must be prepared beforehand so that you will not miss that lovely time of the year.

Some schools even ask for a snow kit, and if you do not get your kid one, it will end up him being indoors while his peppers are out in the snow jiggling and giggling around. I am sure you would hate it so much, so avoid doing it. You can save a good amount if you shop in March for snow gear as there is not a demand for these things during a hot weather.

In a Nutshell

Winters are almost here, and you should now prepare yourself to make the most of the lovely weather. All you need is some advanced planning and a little effort to enjoy winters at its fullest. However, do not forget to take measures for health protection as it's the time for an infectious outburst. Are not the given tips simple enough to make your winters momentous?

Summer Time Outdoors

Summer fun begins when school is out and no more studies, that is for some kids. Schools now offer the kids summer school which may include catching up on hours to graduate or learning new skills and attending classes that need improvement. Other kids go to summer school just to be with their friends and…

Summer fun begins when school is out and no more studies, that is for some kids. Schools now offer the kids summer school which may include catching up on hours to graduate or learning new skills and attending classes that need improvement. Other kids go to summer school just to be with their friends and have fun. Many schools plan outside activities like going to the park, swimming pool, or going to places to see the fire department, police headquarters and meet the people who serve their community. Some kids participate in crafts and games at school, but overall most kids enjoy their time at summer school.

Some of the sports outside still are going on in most areas. Boys and girls are involved in playing T-ball or baseball, while parents and grandparents cheer them on. It is just part of summer and being outdoors, even when it is hot and muggy. This is a good time to meet other parents and your neighbors that you do not always see. Usually, you will share a bag of popcorn, candy, ice cream and soda with your kids or grandkids, which a great time to be together. You, of course, will want to take the camera to be able to take that special picture or video of your kids or grandkids. What memories you can make with them for being there at that special time when they catch the ball or make a home run.

As summer season continues the outdoor sports like swimming, riding bikes, going to camp and just being around their friends is important to them.

While dad and mom are packing and getting the car ready to go on vacation. The kids are getting their special toys ready to take with them. Some families will plan to go to spend their time at an amusement park or to the beach, while other families are getting ready to go camping and spending time up in the mountains and enjoying the outdoors and scenery.

Summer is a busy time, but can also be a great time to enjoy the family and be together. Taking time with your family is so important today since days seem to be so busy and our schedules are so full with work and other activities. Our kids and grandkids grow up so fast and leave home to go off to school or take a job away.

We need to slow down and enjoy them while they are young and at home.

Have a great summer outdoors together as a family.

Hit the Road With an Outdoor Adventure

First, you need to plan where you would like to go on your outdoor camping trip. Second knowing what your budget for spending might be for your camping trip. If you have older children let them be a part of the planning to where they would like to go and what they would like to…

First, you need to plan where you would like to go on your outdoor camping trip. Second knowing what your budget for spending might be for your camping trip. If you have older children let them be a part of the planning to where they would like to go and what they would like to do on an outdoor camping trip. If you have younger children you may want to stay closer to home, if this is the first time to be outdoors and spending a night. Children can get fussy and tired riding for a long distance. It is better to be well planned than to start out without a planned trip. Lay out the direction you are going and how far you will have to travel to get there. Make sure you have enough room to carry the essentials who will need for your outdoor adventure.

Here is a list of essentials you might need for your outdoor camping trip.

1) Take a tent or a canopy to stay warm and dry.

2) You will need sleeping bags or hammocks and warm covers.

3) Bring your cooking utensils for cooking outside. If staying in a campground they will have a fire pit to cook on. You will need to buy wood or bring charcoal for cooking. A fire lighter is essential.

4) A lantern will be handy for extra light at night. Flashlights are good to have with you.

5) Having comfortable folding chairs or lounges can be used for sleeping on or just sitting around the campsite.

6) You will need coolers and closed containers to keep your food cold and safe from animals.

7) Outdoor games and activities should be planned to have for that special time with the kids when your out camping. Sharing stories around the campfire are part of camping,

8) Make sure you pack just what you need for clothes, sometimes you can over do it. Always bring a jacket or sweatshirt in case the nights would be cool.

9) Plan your food menu before you leave so you will not bring more than you need for each meal.

10) Always have the healthy snacks for the trip and your camera to take those special pictures to have to enjoy later.

11) Kids like to bring their special toy or animal to sleep with so they feel safe and comfortable.

An outdoor camping trip can be a very memorable time for a family to enjoy being together.

Charting the Waters at Cordell Bank

Until 1978, no diver had explored the Cordell Bank. This extraordinary place is now a National Marine Sanctuary. There's an interesting history behind how this part of the ocean off the coast of California, northwest of San Francisco became a sanctuary. The bank was discovered by George Davidson while conducting surveys along California's north coast…

Until 1978, no diver had explored the Cordell Bank. This extraordinary place is now a National Marine Sanctuary. There's an interesting history behind how this part of the ocean off the coast of California, northwest of San Francisco became a sanctuary.

The bank was discovered by George Davidson while conducting surveys along California's north coast in 1853. Sixteen years later, in 1869, a more extensive survey was conducted by Edward Cordell, after which the bank was named. What follows is some of the experiences shared by the first divers to view the bank.

At 150 feet, air bubbles slide out of my regulator sounding like gravel being poured from a metal bucket. We are 20 miles from the nearest shore on a ridgetop of a large Pacific seamount named the Cordell Bank and the scene below is incredibly bright. Anemone, hydrocoral, sponges, and algae cover everything in sight, in many places growing on top of each other.

While collecting some of these organisms, we are suddenly flushed with a euphoric giddiness. We try to smile, but numb lips and the regulator make the effort that much sillier. Struggling to control the narcosis, we keep collecting and exploring. All too soon, however, my buddy waves a thumbs-up in front of my mask. Now, where's the ascent line? A flashing strobe catches my eye and I swim toward it. The line's there, so we follow our bubbles – but not to the surface. At 10 feet, we both grab the regulators of full scuba tanks. The decompression wait sees eternal as we can hardly wait to tell the others about our dive to where no one has been before.

These experiences were shared with the author from Robert Schmeider, Ph.D., of Walnut Creek, California, who was obsessed with the exploration of Cordell Bank. In 1977, while studying a chart of northern California's coastline, this atomic physicist became intrigued by Cordell Bank, which is 20 miles (32 km) due west of Point Reyes and to the northwest of San Francisco. The chart showed there was at least one shallow place with a depth of 20 fathoms or 120 feet (37 meters). It could have been used using regular scuba tanks, so Schmeider assumed it had been. But when he asked a few diving friends if they had ever been there, he discovered none had. So he talked to people with the Coast Guard, the Navy, the California Academy of Sciences, the University of California at Berkeley, the Department Fish and Game, the Geological Survey, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and others. After a couple of months, Bob realized to his amazement, no one knew much about the bank at all. The idea of ​​exploring Cordell Bank soon became a serious goal.

But Bob expected many dangers. Deep-diving can always be dangerous, especially with compressed air scuba diving due to the possibility of nitrogen narcosis and decompression problems. Additionally, he knew the water was cold, and a fairly stiff current of one or two knots ran in the area. Two knots is nearly impossible to do any work in. To make matters even worse he expected to encounter lots of sharks, including great whites since Cordell Bank lies about midway between Tomales Bay and the Farallon Islands, both places where great whites are known to congregate.

The fisherman in Bodega Bay knew the Bank well as an excellent fishing area, so Bob lined up a boat and skipper from there. After extensive discussions with several of his regular diving partners, he announced his plan to diversify in the Sierra Club's Loma Prieta chapter from the San Francisco Bay area in October of 1977. He knew exploring the bank would require a large support group. At an organizational meeting held in the US Geological Survey chambers in Menlo Park, the group elected a divemaster and all but one of the 40 people attending pitched in $ 40 a piece to kick off Cordell Bank Expeditions.

After a few practice dives at Monterey and at the Farallon Islands, Bob felt his group was ready to go to Cordell Bank. Unfortunately, he ran into numerous difficulties. Most importantly, a number of divers had dropped out of the group, so Bob had trouble gathering enough divers for a trip. Finally, on October 20, 1978, with just five divers, Bob made it to Cordell Bank.

As Bob recalls, “What we saw on that day absolutely astonished us. We were totally unprepared for the light level. drivers not to take their lights, as they simply would not need them. It was so light you could almost read. And we had been to a depth of close to 150 feet. ”

“There were acute aggregates of 12-inch (30 cm) fish swimming around above the pinnacle. filled with this miraculous sight. We could see colors – reds and oranges and yellows – and the rocks were covered, just inundated, with organizations. Sponges, especially Corynactics (Strawberry anemone), pink hydrocoral, hydroids, and a lot of large-bladed algae. It looked as if someone had landscaped it. We were just overwhelmed. ”

On the first dive, they collected nearly 50 species, including at least one new genus of algae and one new species. By working closely with a number of professional biologists at the University of California at Berkeley, the California Academy of Sciences, the Los Angeles County Museum, the Geological Survey, the Smithsonian, and other institutions, they listed and identified their new collections until the list included more than 400 species.

After that first dive, made possible by the Sierra Club divers and by grants from such organizations as the San Francisco Foundation and the National Geographic Society, the Cordell Bank Expeditions evolved into a member-supported, systematic, data-gathering organization that bought its own research vessel, the Cordell Explorer, which was retired in 2014. They bought a LORAN-C receiver and carried out depth surveys back and forth across certain areas, measuring depths and recording positions. From that data, they were able to generate their own set of charts. Those charts became a major help in carrying out more successful dives, as they could more reliably find the pinnacles and ridges they wanted to dive. In the summer of 1985, Bob and a college had been able to obtain state-of-the-art hydrographic survey data on the Bank as a result of a project conducted by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the US Geological Survey USGS). That survey covered the 200-mile Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) off the coast that the US claims control over. Cordell Bank may well be the best-surveyed feature off the coast of North America.

Aside from collecting specimens and surveying, the expedition also used 35-millimeter photography, plus Super 8-millimeter, 16-millimeter, and videotape cinematography. Some of their photographs have been useful in identifying species that did not show up in their collections and in showing physical features the divers may not have noticed during their dives.

They have found this seamount is roughly elliptical and, at the 50-fathom depth, it is 9-1 / 2 miles long by 4-miles miles wide (15.3 x 7.25 km). It lies right on the edge of the continental shelf and is the northernmost such shallow place all the way to Canada. The bank is a distinct plateau with its flat top rising to the 30- to 35-fathom depth. Atop this plateau, at least four cliffy ridge systems, two in the north and two in the south, and several pinnacles reach to diveable depths. In fact, the shallowest point the expedition has found is about 19 fathoms (114 feet or 35 meters) and is part of a ridge system in the northeast. Geologically, it is considered a piece of the ancient Sierra Nevada that was sheared off by the Pacific Plate, thus explaining its granite composition.

Growing on this 19-fathom peak is a dense, whitish cap of barnacles and red algae. Below this, from 20 to 25 fathoms (36.6 to 45.7 meters), the sessile community grades to nearby foot-thick piles of sponges, anemones, including the common Strawberry Anemone Corynactis californica, California Hydrocoral Allopora californica, hydroids, and tunicates. Space is the limiting factor. The organizations are very brightly colored with reds, yellow, white, and pinks. At 30 fathoms (55 meters), the community thins to a few large, broadly spaced creatures, mainly sponges, urchins, and anemone. By 35 fathoms (64 meters), bare rock dominates the scene. Around 200 feet in various places, brilliant white sediments of almost a hundred percent shell fragments accumulate.

The Cordell Bank community is very healthy showing little evidence of disease or death because the California Current events clean, clear, cold (50 to 55 degrees F. or 10 to 13 degrees C.) water, with a high nutrient content, upwelling to the relatively shallow bank. When the disrupted El Niño current occurs off California's coast, the water temperatures at the bank rise to over 60 degrees F. or 15.6 degrees C. The sun's rays penetrate this water so deeply divers can take photographs using available light at 150 feet (46 meters) ). Visibility is sometimes as good as 100 feet (30.5 meters). Because of the water's clarity and nutrient load, photosynthesizing organisms support a vast and complex food chain up to large fish, birds, and mammals.

Cordell Bank has long been known as a superb fishing area. Groups of rockfish congregate around the pinnacles, sometimes so thickly, divers report whiteout conditions. Beside rockfish, sport fishermeen regularly catch lingcod, yellowtail, salmon, albacore, and shark. Oddly enough, the divers have yet to see great white sharks, in spite of the fact that the great white's favorite prey, seals and sea lions, are at the bank. They have, however, seen blue and mako sharks.

Like rockfish, seabirds often congregate around the pinnacles, and it was just such gatherings that enabled the expedition to initially home in on shallow points to dive. On surveying and diving trips since 1978, volunteer observers from the California Marine Mammal Center and San Francisco State University have recorded many sightings of seabirds and mammals at or near Cordell Bank. They've seen 33 species of seabirds including black-footed albatross, northern fulmar, surf scooter, south polar skua, common murre, pigeon guillemot, tufted puffin, and brown pelican. The previously threatened brown pelican was particularly noteworthy because it was sighted on about two-thirds of the trips.

The observers also recorded fourteen kinds of marine mammals. Of special interest were two endangered cetaceans, the humpback and blue whales. Both species feed at the bank. The team's most exciting encounter with blues occurred on October 10, 1982, when a pair approached from off the harbor bow, surfaced 30 yards away, visibly swam under the ship, and surfaced again several hundred yards astern. Marc Webber and Steven Cooper, reporting for the group, felt the number of blue whale sightings “represents a substantial number of records for these species over the continental shelf in the Cordell Bank area, and along with probable observation of feeding suggest this area is an important autumn habitat for these species. ” Also of particular interest were sightings of northern elephant seals which pelagic habits have only recently become better understood. Other observed mammal species were Minke whale, Dall's porpoise, harbor porpoise, orca, Pacific white-sided dolphin, Risso's dolphin, Northern right whale dolphin, California sea lion, Steller sea lion, northern fur seal, and harbor seal. These have all been autumnal observations. The expedition has restricted their trips to the autumn because the weather is most predictable at that time and because the California and Davidson currents more or less cancel each other out, which makes diving more practical.

The greatest mysteries Bob and his divers have encountered a number of large, cylindrical holes that lie right on the sharpest, highest parts of the region. Some holes appear to be man-made, but others look natural. Hearsay has it the holes were made by the US Navy during the 1960's in a project related to submarine detection. Bob's expedition was once followed for nearly an hour by an unidentified submarine. In spite of his security clearance, Bob has been totally unsuccessful in learning anything from the Navy about any of this.

Cordell Bank is now a national marine sanctuary. The Sanctuary Programs Division (SPD) of NOAA, which is in charge of the sanctuaries program held its first informational hearing on the bank in San Francisco on April 25, 1984, and published a draft Environmental Impact Statement and other documents.

Bob is optimistic about Cordell Bank's future. He believes, “It's incumbent upon those of us who wish to preserve certain areas of our environment like museums, to set up the legislation to protect those areas. national environment, our cultural heritage. And our marine sanctuaries will become the same way. I hope and believe that 50 or 100 years from now, areas like Cordell Bank, which had long since been designated marine sanctuaries, will be part of our national heritage and will be considered inviolate. ”

Creating a Marine Sanctuary

The federal marine sanctuaries program was established by Title III of the Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act of 1972. This law provides that areas in the ocean as far out as the edge of the continental shelf and in the Great Lakes may be protected.

During its first 5 years, the program crawled slowly along, because no funds were appropriated. By 1977, only two marine sanctuaries had been designated. The first was a six square mile site off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, to protect the wreck of the USS Monitor, and the second was Key Largo Coral Reef Marine Sanctuary adjunct to John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park in the Florida Keys, which covers 100 square miles. In that year, 1977, President Carter, in an environmental message to Congress, expressed support for the program and boosted funding. In contrast to the law's original intent, Carter was trying to protect areas threatened, in this case, by offshore oil development. As it turned out, one of Carter's last official acts was the design of three new sanctuaries: Looe Key in Florida, Gray's Reef in Georgia, and the Gulf of the Farallones off California. (Cordell Bank neighbors this sanctuary.) Once again, the program was slowed by restricted funding under the Reagan Administration.

The slowness of the marine sanctuaries program was especially disheartening because all the land is under state or federal control already and does not require acquisition funds. Money was needed only for evaluating potential sites, managing a site after it becomes a sanctuary, and enforcing the protective laws.

The marine sanctuaries program works in the following way. Any organization or member of the public may send nominations to the Sanctuary Programs Division (SPD) in the Commerce Department's National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for consideration. The idea of ​​nominating a place need not be intimidating. As Bob Schmeider found out, “the nomination itself does not need to be very specific at all. Of course, if the (SPD) already knows about a site, which they had already known about Cordell Bank from information I had given them well before the nomination, (then) the actual nominating step was simply a letter from me to them saying I would like to nominate Cordell Bank. some information, so that they will have some knowledge of it. That's all. ”

Previously, a nomination was automatically placed on a List of Recommended Areas, but this has been replaced by a Site Evaluation List (SEL) that includes nominated sites meeting certain preliminary criteria. After review by the SPD staff, the SPD can promote the area to active candidacy. At that point, they'll produce draft documents, including a management plan, environmental impact statement (EIS), and a design document. These will be circulated among interested individuals, organizations, and governmental agencies. They'll also schedule public speeches in the communities nearest the candidate site to get additional input. From that, they'll produce final documents and circulate those and hold more hearings. Congress has the opportunity to review a site's candidacy and hold their own hearings. Cordell Bank was the first marine sanctuary candidate to receive such scrutiny. If the site is within state jurisdiction, then that state's governor may veto the design, but this will not necessarily cancel a site's candidacy altogether. (Cordell Bank was not in state waters.) After all of these steps, the Secretary of Commerce can sign the design document and the site will become a national marine sanctuary.

Cordell Bank was established as a marine sanctuary in 1989 and expanded in 2015 to cover 1286 square miles.

The official government website for Cordell Bank is at: http://www.cordellbank.noaa.gov , while the Cordell Bank Expeditions web site is at: http://www.cordell.org .

Unite The Family In A Caravan Vacation

I believe the best way to combine experience with the comforts of home is a family caravan trip. Caravan trips are recreational vehicle camping, or sometimes trailer-camping. It's a general term used from big countries. Let's study of characteristics, similarities, and differences. Hundreds of years ago, the word caravan meant a group of camels or…

I believe the best way to combine experience with the comforts of home is a family caravan trip. Caravan trips are recreational vehicle camping, or sometimes trailer-camping. It's a general term used from big countries. Let's study of characteristics, similarities, and differences. Hundreds of years ago, the word caravan meant a group of camels or another nature of pack animal going long distances. From one country to another country, transporting goods and / or settlers.

The advantages of family caravan trips, it keeps the flexibility changing plans. Even knowing an itinerary. Staying longer, short stay, going to specific place a lake than the beach, etc. Family not constrained by pre-planned schedule, open road become domain. Enough, the family saved money on caravan trips.

When members of a family have their holidays once a year. The families get excited traveling to a nice place of their choice.

We as human beings need a break from our daily routine, parents daily work, children in school or college. But when we talk vacation, free time, where children and parents look forward and bonded together.

A time to get free, bonded up, no daily routine work, family members praise. The time to spend together, family members rejuvenate and have fun.

Families during vacations spend quality time on their own without intervention. The families traveling in caravan choose places far from their home. The caravan is convenient; it has facilities within, small kitchen, and two small bedrooms, etc.

Families who have experienced traveling via caravan they own save much. But families who hire caravan during vacations must produce an extra budget for the caravan rental. They hire and book caravan rental earlier before travel start.

A road drives purpose. They can go camping in different places along with the caravan. They carry maps or set-up the travel direction with GPS gadgets. Journey with the caravan so exciting. Passed over an engaging place, a good climate the caravan can stop. Can stay longer as you wish, make sightseeing or everything to entertain you. It's pleasant to travel in a caravan safe and predictable. Children safety measures, they can take care too.

Precautions to hold while traveling via caravan. Carry first aid kit, prepared for an unexpected accident. First aid kit tool mandatory steps if an accident occurs, prepared and ready. Could not put into anxiety worrying in case a family member felt ill, or in serious condition.

Kids and Parents enjoy caravan vacation because they can cook inside and they will not bother, getting empty. Even for parents, when their children enjoy the vacation, parents cheerful, that makes wonderful and fruitful time.

Family caravan trips enjoy great fun for the whole family. Families get to take a nice trip, stay together in a cozy setting. Keep expenses minimal, spend pleasant times together.