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Kitchen Improvement Ideas that Increase Home Values
October 29, 2014, 11:56 pm
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Jennifer Fields Real Estate

Kitchen Improvement Ideas that Increase Home Values

Home staging is an important step in selling your home. Improving the kitchen is one of the most effective means to increase home value and attract more potential buyers. This is a great investment to make, since the kitchen is always known as the focal point of a home and where most guests socialize. Also know that kitchen renovation projects can be expensive and it is wise to be prepared and ready for displaying your house to interested buyers.

You can save more when you use other resources and creative ideas to improve the kitchen. Use useful and unique ideas that don’t need to be expensive. Focus on decorating and styling strategies that create a huge impact on the overall design of your kitchen.

  1. Fresh new paints. Paint is a requirement, since it changes the overall look of the kitchen. The common paint colors of white or dark wood are…

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Frameless Shower Doors for Your Bathroom
October 29, 2014, 11:56 pm
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Awesome!

Chris George Homes

Frameless Shower Doors for Your Bathroom

If you are tired of watching your shower curtain get messy and tangled, and you want something new, perhaps it’s time to consider installing frameless shower doors.

A frameless shower door makes it easy to change the look of your bathroom without having to remodel the structure of the room itself. Frameless shower doors are composed of thick panes of glass that are fused to the walls that surround the shower. The uniqueness of the doors adds not only a practical, but also stylish feature to your bathroom.

Here are a few benefits of frameless shower doors:

  1. They are easy to clean and do not collect deep grime due to their smooth texture. You can just use ordinary shower soap and water or a glass cleaning solution to clean them.
  2. They make it easier to get in and out of the shower compared to sliding or swing shower doors. They…

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Video: Less Frequented Montana Freestone Fly Fishing
October 23, 2014, 2:25 am
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Awesome video!

The Venturing Angler

Always Worth the Trip from scumliner media on Vimeo.

Remote Montana fly fishing for wild trout is in fact what brought many of us to fly fishing in the first place. Some of such fishing is captured in a new video from Scumliner Media.

From the video makers:

“Mark Raisler talks about the experience of spending a day on a quiet Montana freestone river, instead of larger and more famous rivers that produce more and bigger trout.”

To check out more from Scumliner Media, please click here.

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Most Unbelievably Colorful Places on Earth
October 23, 2014, 2:17 am
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Wyoming made this list!

Pray, Live, Love and Laugh

Came across this article. So much beauty in nature. Hopefully get to be part of it soon.

My top 5:

1.  The Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Home to over 1500 species of fish and 600 types of coral, the reef is a getaway for native Australians as well as travelers looking for the ultimate diving experience.

2. Pamukkale, Turkey

The hot springs in the travertine terraces of Pamukkale are a major tourist attraction in Turkey and have been a calming escape for natives and travelers for thousands of years.

3. Lake Hillier in Australia

The bubblegum pink color of Lake Hillier remains a mystery, but unlike other pink lakes around the world, the colors remains year round. Still…unexplained.

4. Grand Prismatic Hot Spring, Wyoming

Located in Yellowstone National park, it’s the third largest hot spring in the world, and definitely the most colorful.

5. Juneau, Alaska

The…

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Postcards from Wyoming, September 1969
October 23, 2014, 2:15 am
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Mum's Suitcase

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Cody, Wyoming

Hi All

We’ve had a great day in Cody. We’ve been all around the Buffalo Bill Museum, fabulous place. We’ve had a swim and driven all around the town. We’re heading for … now. We’re spending the night then we’ll travel on to the Black Hills tomorrow. The weather is fab.

Love Mo & H

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Hi All

I’ve ticked of the places we’ve seen so far. We’ve been on highway 14 since leaving Yellowstone Park. You can follow our route on the map. We’re almost in the Black HIlls now so that’s where we’ll be spending the night.

Love Mo & H

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Sundance, Wyoming

Hi Kids

We’ve just stopped here for some food and drink. Uncle Harry wanted to see this place cos when he was young (in the olden days) he saw a film called The Sundance Kid…

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Wash and Dry your Clothes in a Jiffy with Fully Automatic Washing Machines
October 10, 2014, 3:43 am
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Home & Kitchen Appliances Shopping Tips

With busy lifestyles and long working hours, people do not have enough time to wash clothes manually. Therefore some of them prefer going to the laundromat. This is can be a tiresome and an expensive task especially when there is bulk load of clothes. This is where washing machines come as a great help. Washing machines come in two types – semi automatic washing machines and fully automatic washing machines. Each of these has its own features and specifications. As the name suggests, semi-automatic washing machines are used for a sole purpose of washing clothes. And, fully automatic washing machines are used for both washing and drying clothes.

Benefits of a fully automatic washing machine:


* Time saving
* Effective
* Energy efficient

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Fully automatic washing machines are more just a luxury. For a best buy, you need to take a close look at certain aspects. Check out Washing Machine…

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The importance of winterizing your sprinkler system
October 10, 2014, 3:23 am
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Garrick-Santo Landscape Co

Your sprinkler system is designed to stand up to the elements, but it’s not impenetrable. Once the weather gets cooler, and you’re not using you sprinkler system as much, it has to withstand long periods of inactivity, cold wind and rain and even snow. Take the steps necessary to protect your sprinkler system during the cold winter months.

Don’t get left out in the cold. Learn all about sprinkler winterization do’s and don’ts by following this helpful guide.

  • 1.Get Professional Help

    The last thing you want to do is ruin your sprinkler system while you are trying to preserve it. There are some parts of this job that could be dangerous if you don’t do them right and with the proper safety equipment. If you’re not completely sure what you’re doing, you should hire a professional to do the job for you.

    2.When Should you Winterize your Sprinkler…

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