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Beach bags come in all different shapes, sizes, and styles. Whether you want an all-inclusive bag or a shoulder bag, you can find one to carry all your beach supplies. They are a fun and creative way to carry all your fun in the sun gear.
Towel bags are an insightful way to carry everything without the added bulk of a towel on which to lie. The towels fold up neatly and have extra side pockets for all the necessary accessories. Kids love them because they can have all of their favorite toys right there next to the towel. Parents love that they are easy to carry and easy to clean.
Shoulder bags are another great innovation. With so many different varieties, everyone can have just what they need. These creative bags come with fun designs, and many have extra storage pockets. Even the kids can carry one of these bags loaded with their favorite sandbox and beach fun toys.
For a more traditional beach bag, try a handbag. The oversized bag is large enough to drop everything in without worrying about whether or not it will fit. Whether made from plastic netting or lightweight canvas, handbags can handle anything from toys to towels.
If you are tired of lugging a cooler and a bag, try a cooler bag. This wondrous concept is an insulated cooler with pockets for all the gear you can handle. Bring your drinks and the kids’ toys in one bag. Read the rest of this entry »
A lot of gardeners, especially newbies, ask if it is possible to buy premium grade garden composts in a bag. Most bagged products at garden shops are either topsoil or manure. So how do you find places that offer go-to composts in a bag? What if you do not have a space or yard to dump all the composts?
The answer to the possibility question is actually a big yes. Most shops that you probably visit do not have the bagged composts displayed probably because they bag the composts only when there is an order. Unlike topsoil and manure, compost is a delicate product. So the best thing to do when in a shop is to ask. All shops have their own compost farm somewhere, and if you are just lucky to find out they have one at their backyard, you might be able to take a glimpse and sample their product.
If space is a big problem, do not hesitate to ask your neighbor if you can use their extra lot to store your compost. Just make sure the product will not affect any neighboring vegetation or garden.
When you are surprised to find a lot of bagged composts in stores near you, well you should be. In fact, you should be skeptical of the quality of the products. Compost unlike any other canned or contained gardening products cannot stand in containment for a long time. Do not purchase if you have doubts in mind. The anaerobic condition of these products would have already terminated the important and useful bacteria. Read the rest of this entry »