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Archive for January 8, 2013

Jackson WY Hotels Are Great For Skiers In Winter

Written by admin. Posted in Jackson hole hotels

Jackson wyoming hotels

If you are looking for a picturesque area to go skiing in this winter, you will find the ideal place in the Grand Teton Mountains of Wyoming and can stay in nearby Jackson WY hotels when you are not on the slopes. While many people flock to Jackson WY hotels in the summer in order to see the charming city as well as the beautiful and natural surrounding area, in the winter, it becomes a paradise for skiers and supports one of the lowest elevation ski resorts in the Rockies. You will find that by staying in Jackson WY hotels that you can enjoy as much time on the slopes as you need and have a nice warm bed to spend your nights in when you are not cutting the powder. More importantly, Jackson Hole hotels are more affordable during the winter which means you can get something nicer for your money.

Even though winter draws skiers, it is still considered off season which is why Jackson hole inns charge less for you to stay there. This is good news for you because it means that you will have little trouble with finding Jackson Hole lodging at a very reasonable price without sacrificing any creature comforts. The truth is that after a long ay of skiing, you will need a comfortable place to rest your head and you can find that in Jackson hole motels. The best Jackson wy motels can help your stay to be more exciting.

You Can Take it With You

Written by admin. Posted in Pack rat, Storage containers, Van lines

Long distance mover

The Census Bureau, through a population survey, estimated that the number of nationwide movers has dropped significantly since the late 1950s and early 1960s. Though the reason for the decline was not immediately known it would be safe to say that those who remain in one place for longer periods of time tend to have more items to store and move. Fortunately, there are solutions for those people who have an abundance of goods in need of moving and storage.

No one ever said moving was going to be easy. If it was more people would be doing it! When you need to make a major life change such as a big move, it’s essential to be equipped with a moving and storage plan, complete with a comprehensive checklist, in order to help make the shift a success.

Begin by prioritizing your possessions. Determine what things you really need or want to bring with you, what can be put into portable storage containers or self storage and what can be thrown away. If you are moving your family long distance, make sure each family member is included in the moving and storage checklist. Each person’s items are equally important and should be accounted for.

Every family member should contribute items to a “survival box” containing all of your Day One or Week One essentials. This box may include a coffee pot, basic utensils, cellphone chargers, pillows and comfort items and a change of clothes. Another option is to have each member pack a suitcase with their own personal essentials. If you plan to use moving pods or other moving containers be sure to load the survival boxes or luggage in a way that they can be removed easily.

Familiarize yourself with both local and national long distance moving companies. Determine early on what your options are regarding methods of moving and storage. It will be in your best interest to understand which packing and shipping methods are right for you. Understand the costs involved with various forms of moving and storage.

And remember, timing is everything. To ensure that you will have power after moving to your new location, contact the utility company and have power turned on a day ahead. The same applies when you are leaving. Let your utility company know the day you plan to depart so that power can be be turned off in your old place.