Archive for November, 2012

RV On The Go Gadgets

November 2nd, 2012

There are many gadgets out there to make your RV lifestyle easier and ultimately safer when you travel. You no longer have to search for useful gadgets. Now you need only go to the Website for RV On The Go Gadgets, where you will find lots of Gadgets that will make you smile.

When you pull into a full hook-up site the fun really begins. After leveling and putting out your slides, you must hook up your Power Cord. When you have “Plug Dogs” installed on the connector end of the cord, you can safely and easily remove your Power Cord from the Electrical Disconnect and from your adapters without any twisting, turning or straining when it is time to unplug.

Hooking up the water hose is the same easy confident move when you have a “Quick Connect” gadget on the end of your hose. Simply hold the hose up to the hose fixture and push up the connector and you’re done. No leaks, no twisting, no kinking and no twisting on a pre-connector to accept the quick connect.

Now comes the fun, hooking up the TV Cable. You simply undue the Velcro from your “Coil-It” on the TV Cable, uncoil it, plug it in with your “Quick Connect Straight or 90 degree” connector and you are done.

Your phone cord easily unwinds from your “Retractable Phone or Modem cord” so plugging it in is also a snap. You smile to your self watching others struggle with tangled messes of hoses and cables and cords.

Now it is onto enjoying why you love the RV lifestyle. Open air, freedom, golfing, fishing, swimming, playing with the kids, those sundowner walks around the park, meeting new friends, enjoying long time companions, and those fabulous meals cooked in your Silicone Bake Ware.

When it comes time to leave and head onto different surroundings, you can confidently disconnect and coil the cables and cords easily with the help of the Coil-Its you installed. The phone/modem cord retracts easily into its holder, and the Plug Dogs make it a snap to take the Power Cable out of the electrical disconnect. Since you used your 50 Amp to 30Amp adapter, you can easily and safely disconnect the cable from the adapter without any twisting, turning, cursing or frustration. » Read more: RV On The Go Gadgets

Swimming Pool Safety

November 2nd, 2012

As a pool owner you are responsible for the safety and well being of anyone in or around your swimming pool, and this should be on your mind at all times. It is necessary for pool users to exercise appropriate judgment and responsibility, and it is necessary for pool owners to create and enforce rules for appropriate behavior and post warnings to encourage safe pool use. A swimming pool can provide endless hours of safe and fun outdoor recreation when swimmers are educated, and precautions have been taken to make the swimming pool safe.

In large areas of the country the leading cause of death for small children is drowning, and the majority of these terrible accidents occur in residential backyard swimming pools. As a pool owner or parent, you need to very closely supervise children or appoint a responsible person as the designated kid-watcher to prevent accidents. Be sure to talk with baby-sitters, and anyone who might use your pool when you are not home, about pool safety and drowning prevention. When the pool is not in use make sure you close and lock the pool gate or the gate to your yard.

The majority of drowning or diving accidents among adults are drug and alcohol related, or result from diving in the shallow end of the pool. Don’t allow people who are under the influence of alcohol to use your pool. People take risks and do unpredictable things when under the influence of alcohol. Designate your swimming pool an Alcohol-Free Zone to avoid tragic accidents.

Diving should not be allowed in any above-ground or on-ground swimming pool. A diving board will simply encourage diving, and should never be installed on an above-ground or on-ground pool. Warning decals and signs should be posted at your above-ground or on-ground pool to warm swimmers of the danger. » Read more: Swimming Pool Safety