Hilton Head Island, South Carolina is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the United States. It’s not hard to see why. The resort town offers beautiful beaches and countless activities for visitors, from shopping to golfing. Thanks to the diversity of marine life in the waters, fishing is an unforgettable experience at Hilton Head Island. Continue reading “Where to Fish on Hilton Head Island” »
Some may believe that the fall and winter are just not times to vacation or explore, but that is not true for Leavenworth, Washington. In Leavenworth there is just as much to do in the fall and winter as there are in the warmer months. So here are a few of fun activities you can do in the fall and winter: Continue reading “Things to do in Leavenworth Washington in the Fall and Winter” »
For a fun and unique family vacation, consider a cool summer trip to Helen,Georgia. Helen is a quaint Bavarian replica town nestled in the beautiful Southern Appalachian Mountains. Rocky creeks, cool streams, and the famed Chattahoochie River wind through the hills to create stunning scenery. You’ll be compelled to return in the fall for the town’s family-friendly Octoberfest held among the autumn splendor. Continue reading “5 Family Fun Outdoor Activities in Helen, GA” »
Now that Spring has bloomed, the warm Summer months will be upon us shortly. Days will be spent basking in the sun and enjoying the Great Outdoors. As one of the top destinations in Utah, Provo is teeming adventure and is truly an outdoor enthusiasts’ dream. Whether you want to take to the water or scale a rock wall, the little town south of Salt Lake City has it all. Here are the top 5 outdoor activities to put on your to do list this summer. Continue reading “5 Outdoor Activities in Provo, UT to Try this Summer” »
Fishing can be a terrific hobby, but if you’ve never fished before, it can seem a bit daunting. You don’t have to start with expensive equipment. Beginners can start with a rod, fishing line and a few accessories. Your new hobby doesn’t have to be expensive.
Rod and Reel
For a beginning fisher, you’ll need to purchase a rod and reel. You can purchase one at a local department store, bait shop or a sports store. They can range in price from a little over $10 to $30. You don’t need to pay an excessive amount of money for the first rod and reel. At this point, you shouldn’t worry about the kind of rod. There are choices between cane, graphite and fiberglass, but for a starter rod, you can choose one that feels comfortable for an affordable price.
College towns are often known for the university or college they are home to. But often times, these cities are more than just a home to students and faculty. They have historic charm that is worth visiting! Here are a few college cities to visit on the East Coast:
Ben and Jerry’s ice cream — need we say more? How about coffee and breweries? This little town has a lot to offer. Not only does it have a lively downtown with a lot of food options, the scenery is absolutely breathtaking.
Hop on a bike and travel along their trails to take in the sights and also stop at one of the many breweries or take a spin around the University of Vermont.
It’s that time of year again, folks. We’re gearing up for another March Madness. And if you think you have a shot at creating the perfect bracket, well, your chances of that are (at least some believe) 1 in 9,223,372,036,854,775,808. Don’t let that get you down. If you’re partaking in an office March Madness pool (or maybe even with just a set of friends), here are some tips to creating a (somewhat) promising March Madness bracket.
As the NFL Scouting Combine continues to progress throughout the week players are closely compared and contrasted. No other position is evaluated more closely than QBs and the media loves drawing up measurements and stats on each of the top QBs, so we’ll do the same.
- Hand span: 9″
- Height: 6′ 4″
This is a guest post from Robert Harris of NFL Wonderlic Test Scores.
With the Super Bowl out of the way the next major news item for the NFL is definitely going to be the upcoming draft. Unlike a few of the previous drafts there seems to be far more uncertainty at the top of the first round. Just take a look at the QB position right now, which many draft experts have North Dakota State signal caller Carson Wentz.
Without that “can’t miss” number one pick, it would seem the top picks are going to be very much need oriented, and may lead to some moves near the top of the first round as several teams may be able to fill their need further down in the round. As it stands right now, Tennessee will likely draft an offensive lineman with the first pick as the line has been a major source of trouble in recent seasons. To prove that point, Tennessee has been burning through top picks at quarterback and watching them fall prey to injuries. First it was Jake Locker and last year’s top pick Marcus Mariota also spent much of his rookie season injured. They can’t continue tying this much money up in quarterbacks and not being able to protect them. That’s just bad business.
Whether you’re a seasoned fantasy football champion that puts a great deal of time and effort into your fantasy football season or a casual fantasy football fan who’s looking to earn some bragging rights among your friends, it’s important to properly prepare for your fantasy football draft.
While you may make many trades through the season, and you will undoubtedly pick up and drop many players throughout the season, who you draft at the start of the season will have a strong effect on the end result of your fantasy football season.
Putting together a simple excel or Google doc spreadsheet is a good place to start. List out news sources, stats, strengths of schedules, expert rankings and any other information that helps make your information easy to access and use. To cut down on the amount of prep time you can use draft software. Fantasy Football Mastermind provides fantasy football draft software that makes planning for your fantasy football draft a whole lot easier.