Category Archives: February 2010

A Closer Look

Last year, PRB posted an online survey in response to a series of articles concerning preventative measures recreation agencies can take to protect themselves, their staff and participants from liability claims arising from negligence. Twenty-five (25) questions were asked in the survey, which was available online through the summer. And now the results are in. Where possible, I have tried to generate some useful ideas and conclusions, which are entirely my own. Any agreement or disagreement is certainly welcome as … Continue reading

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Triple Whammy

Before campers turn on the shower, drain the hot water tank, or leave the water running–there are a few components that can be installed to make life easier and the shower a little warmer. Warm Water Brought To You By The Sun Passive solar-water heating panels are an environmentally friendly alternative to provide hot water to showers in campgrounds or remote cabins. The heating method is simple–the source water flows into heavy-gauge copper tubes, and then radiant energy from the … Continue reading

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Before The Water Flows

Does it seem strange to talk about water slides during winter? Now is actually the best time to make sure all your park attractions look fresh and–most importantly–function for opening day. Why Winter? Why is it always easier to fix an air conditioner in December? Air-conditioning specialists respond immediately when you call in the winter. Try to give them a call in mid-July, and you will be spending much more money, and the air conditioner will be down longer. Now … Continue reading

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