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Places to Visit Before Summer Ends

With Summer in full swing and the weather hot, hot, hot....we thought we'd give you some ideas of places to visit in the surrounding areas.

1.  PENNSYLVANIA RENAISSANCE FAIRE – A truly unique way to experience medieval times!  If you stay till the very end…the jousting competition is amazing!  And of course for the adults…the Mount Hope Estate & Winery is right next door.

www.parenfaire.com

2.  VILLAGE GREENS MINATURE GOLF COURSE – Quietly secured on 20 plus acres of natural woodland with beautiful foliage and waterways and offering 2 courses to choose from plus a snack bar for refreshments when you’re finished.

www.villagegreens.com

3. SICKMAN’S MILL CREEK TUBING  - I can say from personal experience this is a really fun thing to do on a warm summer day and the staff was so friendly and helpful.  A group of us did the extended kayak trip, which was challenging, yet relaxing.  You can even stop along the way for a picnic or wait till you get back and grab some goodies from the snack bar.

www.sickmansmill.com

4. HAYLOFT CANDLES & PETTING ZOO – Spend a few hours browsing their 4,000 square foot shop where you will find almost any type of candle along with accessories and décor. Taste some homemade ice cream and visit the petting zoo with a variety of exotic and farm animals including a kangaroo!  Bring a picnic to enjoy by the lake and fountains.

hayloftcandles.com

5. SKYZONE INDOOR TRAMPOLINE PARK – The name pretty much says it all!  A great place to go on a rainy day and enjoy the weightlessness of bouncing, flipping and landing in a pit filled with foam cubes.

By Admin Wolf Kline
Storage & Organization Ideas

* A common myth you hear is that angling furniture makes a room look smaller….that’s not true. Don’t be afraid to turn a sofa or large chair on an angle to create a nook for storage by stacking crates, bins or baskets in it. 

 * Families with 2nd floor bedrooms often leave shoes, clothes and other items on the stairs to eventually take up with them. Consider getting everyone their own little bin to collect items in throughout the week.  It’s much easier to carry everything up at one time then, especially when unexpected guests show up.

* Skirt your mess or put it behind a curtain. If the space under your bathroom sink is open and cluttered wrapping it with a pretty fabric is an easy fix to cover it all up. If you have an unused nook somewhere in your home, hang a curtain with a simple tension rod and it instantly becomes a closet. 

*Use every inch! Store bins under your bed or on tops of cabinets with things you don’t use every day. Buy furniture that can do double duty. Such as, using a trunk as a coffee table…you can pack it with stuff you only use seasonally. That will clear up your closets for items you actually need to get to every day. Use the backs of closet doors….hang canvas totes to store kids toys…legos/blocks, trains or trucks, dolls or stuffed animals….the list goes on and on.

By Admin Wolf Kline

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