Tag Archives : Rentals

Camera Lens Rentals

Rent, Then Buy the Camera Equipment You Love

You wouldn’t purchase a car or bike before taking it out for a spin so why should camera lenses be any different? That’s the premise for a new program launched by the popular site LensRentals which rents lenses and other camera equipment. The program, LensRentals Keeper, gives photographers the option of buying rental lenses and other rental equipment outright. As an added bonus, […]

You Can Rent the Farnsworth House

History of the Farnsworth House If you’re looking for a beautiful and stylish venue to rent for your purposes, the Farnsworth House is available. Located on flat land amongst the wooded areas near the Fox River in Illinois, the warm atmospheric hideaway might be what you’re looking for if you’re planning a wedding, seminar, corporate […]

Online Rental Service TripVillas Eyes U.S. Expansion

Now, more than ever, folks all over the world are booking their vacations online. From all-inclusive packages at a tropical resort to week-long stays in a mountain cabin to weekend getaway trips to a nearby city, sites such as Airbnb, HomeAway, Expedia, Travelocity, and others have made it easy to browse available listings, compare prices, […]

Sleep Warm on Your Next Winter Camping Trip

Generally speaking, camping is an activity that’s most enjoyed when the temperatures are well above freezing. Sure, conditions can vary depending on the destination and even summer nights can get a little chilly in warmer parts of the country, but I don’t think anyone would prefer to freeze their butt off in a tent in […]

Houseboat Made of Shipping Containers Hits Water

If you’ve ever been to Lake Cumberland in the southern part of Kentucky, you probably spotted more than a few houseboats out on the water during your trip. What I guarantee you didn’t see, however, was a houseboat made from old shipping containers but yes, one does exist. Docked at a Belfast marina is a […]

Tips to Help You Hit It Big at Your Next Trade Show

If you’ve ever attended a large trade show, you know they can be overwhelming. The crowds, the noise, the buzz – it can be a bit much. Imagine, however, being on the other side of one of the hundreds of booths lining the aisles of the convention center or hotel ballroom. Imagine you’re the one […]

Hit the Links on One of the Country’s Best Public Golf Courses

Here in the Midwest, you wouldn’t know it if you looked outside, but spring is just around the corner. As the temperatures begin to rise and the last bit of snow melts away, it’s time to toss those clubs into the trunk of the car and start planning for yet another season on the links. […]

Rent a Snowmobile & Visit a Top Spot for Sled Heads

If you’ve lived in the Northeast or Midwest, you know there’s not much do outdoors in the dead of winter. Instead of sitting in front of the television catching up on several seasons of The Office on Netflix, why not bundle up and head out for a different kind of adventure? Now that the holidays […]

Your Child Wants to Play an Instrument. Now What?

If you watch the news or read up on current events, you know there are several studies out there that discuss the benefits of music education. Learning to play an instrument or how to read music at an early age can help boost intelligence, confidence, and maturity levels in children and adolescents. True, not all […]