The Winbest Sharp Junior Metal Detector is the perfect beginners instrument for introducing a young explorer to the world of metal detecting. An easy-to-read LCD screen gives a visual indication of what have been found and at what depth it’s located. The Sharp Junior Metal Detector makes searching for hidden treasures both easy and fun!
Always be prepared to play bean bag toss by keeping Franklin’s 4″ Replacement Bean Bags handy. Whether your bean bags are worn down from last season or you left them out over winter, keeping replacement bags nearby ensures you’ll never miss an opportunity to enjoy a beautiful day outside playing bean bag toss against your friends and family. Made from quality canvas, these bean bags are designed to last and can be used with the majority of adult bean bag toss games.
Ideal for protecting and growing seeds, seedlings and young plants. Sturdy push-fit frame; no tools required. Removable, clear, UV (ultra violet) protected PVC thermal cover with full length roll up zipper door for easy access and ventilation. 12 wire grid shelves promote air flow and better drainage. Complete with hood and loop ties, and D-ring hooks for greater stability when attached to wall.
The Grand Traverse Lighthouse sits majestically at the entrance of Grand Traverse Bay, guiding vessels between Chicago and the Straits of Mackinac. For over 150 years, it has been an important beacon for all who have plied the waters of Lake Michigan. The original 1852 lighthouse was used for six years before being torn down. In 1858, a larger lighthouse with an attached nine-sided tower was erected on a site farther west. Over the course of its history, 66 lighthouse keepers, assistant keepers, and U.S. Coast Guard personnel have maintained the light. Today visitors tour the restored lighthouse, which is now a living museum filled with displays and exhibits depicting a simpler way of life. A climb to the tower where keepers once stood watch now provides an inspiring panorama.
How to Make Maple Syrup: From Gathering Sap to Marketing Your Own Syrup. A Storey Basics Title by Alison Anderson, Steven Anderson
Third-generation syrup makers Alison and Steven Anderson show you how to collect sap using a tree-friendly tubing system and then cook, package, and even market your own syrup. With expert advice for first-time bottlers, the Andersons share their passion with a contagious excitement that is as inspiring as a bowl of sugar on snow.
Since 1973, Storey’s Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and their remarkable popularity reflects the common desire of country and city dwellers alike to cultivate personal independence in everyday life.