On my list of “Things I want when I make it big” you’ll find ‘Sauna’ towards the top. There isn’t much that’s more refreshing than a steam bath, in my opinion.
Calloway Woodworks knows and understands this desire. They’ve got an Outdoor Barrel Sauna for around $4500-$6670. I don’t think that’s a bad price at all. I may even afford one before I make it big.
Camping is something my whole family really enjoys. The best part being all the nifty gadgets you can buy to make your ‘back to the basics’ vacation not so basic after all.
The Intelligent Lantern would be one such gadget. It’s equipped with a digital clock, speakers, radio and an mp3 hookup. Not to mention its primary function… its light can be seen from over a mile away with its ‘dual articulating lanterns’.
This is definitely my kind of lantern. Not only does it serve its purpose but cuts down on space and equipment by serving several other purposes as well. If you know any camping enthusiasts you may want to add the Intelligent Lantern to your shopping list.
An Unexpected Convergence Device: The Lantern [via Crave]
One of my favorite past times is riding my bike. I don't do it nearly as much as I once did, and I'm actually a bit sorry for that. There's just something relaxing about taking off down a country road that just can't be duplicated. I can honestly say at no time did I ever consider using my bike wheels to display some type of message to passerbys.
Sure, wireless speakers aren’t all that new, neither are outdoor speakers, but a smart combination of the two brought to you by Sharper Image, well that’s nearly a work of art. They use 2.4GHz signals, so you’ll have to make sure it doesn’t interfere with any of your other gear.
Other than that, all you need is an audio source that uses a standard headphone jack for its output. You can also by a second speaker, to make it stereo, its not another one of the main unit, it’s a special auxiliary speaker.
Do people still go inline skating? I suppose that they do, but I can't say that I've actually seen anyone doing such a thing since the 90's. Everyone around here seems to be far more interested in skateboarding. If you're into that kind of thing, here's a way to add a little something to your skate.
Do you remember what it was like when you were a kid and you finally got to ride your very own two-wheel bike without any training wheels? It takes far more skill to keep a bike with two wheels upright than it does to keep a bike with training wheels up. A new company is hoping you won't mind taking a step back and turning your bike into a 5-wheeler.