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I learned how to ski at a fairly young age, but I did not try to snowboard for the first time until last winter. I gave it a few tries, but for some reason, I could not seem to get the hang of it, and it was pretty embarrassing, truth be told. I fell a number of times and my children were laughing at me. I want to check out Propeak Niseko Snowboard School, because I have heard that they offer adult snowboard lessons and what’s more is that they have a reputation for having some pretty good instructors.

I figure that I should be able to get the hang of riding a snowboard if I get proper instructions. When I tried to snowboard last winter, I did not have any sort of instructions. Read the rest of this entry »

My wife has really put up with a lot over the years. She has sacrificed so much to ensure that both of our dreams are realized. I know that probably sounds melodramatic, but it is the truth. She put her own education on hold so I could finish mine. She also worked two jobs most of that time while I worked one. In addition, she became pregnant my senior year, which put even more of a physical burden on her. Things are different now, which is why I wanted to get a Toronto limousine and give her a day she will never forget. Read the rest of this entry »

As an artist, it is incredibly important to keep your clients on their toes. I learned early on that people need to be entertained to continue to be interested in the work that you create. This doesn’t mean that you need to go overboard to try to keep their interest, but keeping things fresh and unique can go a really long way. Many artists have their own ideas, but I decided to take some of my high paying clients out with a party bus Toronto limo for some beverages and to show some of my newest art to them.

I had a great conversation with the limousine company about how to go about it. Read the rest of this entry »

My girlfriend is no stranger to socializing. She loves to spend time with our friends, and she loves to share things with them. So, I decided that, in order to propose to her, she might like it best to share the moment with our closest friends. It took me awhile to come up with the perfect setting, but I finally settled on getting a Platinum party bus Toronto limo bus for the setting. I wasn’t nervous about my plans at all. I just needed to make sure that I pulled everything off flawlessly so that she would not catch on that a proposal was coming.

The night needed to see like any other night out with all of our friends. Read the rest of this entry »

A Party Bus for the Women and Kids

Aug-16-2016 By admin

My husband and a group of his friends go on a hunting trip each year. I know I never mind, and it seems like the other wives don’t mind either. Most of us are good friends, but there are a few newer wives to this circle of ours. One of them actually suggested that we all have a fun night out ourselves. There are eight of us, but when you factor in our kids, there are 19. She had looked up party bus Toronto limo bus rental and gotten some quotes on party buses.

I was really glad that she had included our kids on this, because we were just talking about a night out rather than a weekend away like the guys were having. While it would be nice to have a ladies night out once or twice, all of us wanted to include the kids on our night out. Read the rest of this entry »

A Limo Bus for Her Party

Nov-30-2015 By admin

I wanted to have a really nice time with my sister at her bachelorette party. She is my twin sister, and I am going to be her maid of honor. It was up to me to plan her party, and I wanted to ensure that all of us were able to have a good time. I knew that would involve renting a car service for us since none of us would want to be a designated driver. I did a quick search online so I could view website for the best car service in the area.

That is how I found the Ottawa Limo Company. I was able to put in all of the information on their website in order to get a quote. Read the rest of this entry »

Before You Take a Road Trip

May-31-2017 By admin

Summer is here and for many people that means that it’s time for vacations! If you’re traveling with your family you will probably find that the most economical trip will be a road trip as it will be cheaper than flying and you will be able to bring along your own food which will save you money on dining! Before you head out on your several hour, maybe even couple of day, long trip there are a few things that you need to check out. Making sure that you’re ready for your trip will help ensure that you don’t end up being the subject of the new bad-family-road-trip movie!

 

  1. Make Sure the Car is Ready
    One of the most common mistakes made by families going on road trips is not ensuring that the car is ready. Even if it seems that your car does not have any problems while you drive around town it’s a good idea to get it checked out before you head out. Your car will have different challenges being on the road for so long and you want to be sure that it’s prepared. The most important thing to have checked out is the tires. Your tires will be put through a lot on a long road trip so you want to make sure they can handle the stress. If you find that you’re in need of new tires you can visit TireBuyer for awesome deals!
  2. Make Sure You Have Enough Food
    Road trips can get boring even with all of the technology that you will most likely be bringing along. There is something about being bored that makes people, especially kids, want to eat. This is where it is important that you bring plenty of snacks if you are trying to save money. You can get a box of crackers that will feed your whole family at the grocery store for the same price as a single serving at a convenience store. Take the whole family to the store before your trip and let everyone pick out their favorite snack to bring. Make sure that you also have plenty of drinks. With that being said you should probably monitor the drinking in the car if you don’t want to be making pit-stops every 30 minutes!
  3. All Those Little Things
    Don’t forget about those essential small things that are so easy to forget! You’ll want to make sure that you have maps just in case there are detours and you end up in an unfamiliar place where your GPS is not working. You’ll probably want to bring power banks in case you end up in a situation where you can’t charge your phones for some reason. Also, don’t forget to bring a good first aid kit for all the bumps and bruises that can happen when you have your whole family in a small confined place! In order to keep from forgetting all of these things make a list before you leave so that you don’t forget something very important!

Using these tips is not guaranteed to make you have a trip without incident but it will help keep you from a few of the possibilities!