Canopies and Pop-Ups

  1. How to Build a Backyard Office and WFH

    How to Build a Backyard Office and WFH

    If you’ve been part of the WFH workforce for a while, you might find yourself longing for a change of scenery. While skipping the morning commute is c

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  2. Glamping vs Camping: What's the Difference?

    glamping vs camping

    Glamping has become one of those trending new terms popular among millennials and growing in popularity with everyone else. But what is it really? And

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  3. Canoe vs Kayak: Which Boat is Best for Your Camping Adventure?

    Canoe vs Kayak: Which Boat is Best for Your Camping Adventure?

    Whether taking a gentle paddle down a quiet river in a canoe, or twisting and turning down exciting rapids in a kayak, both options provide endless fun

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  4. What is Fly Fishing?

    What is Fly Fishing? A Simple Guide for Beginners

    If you’re looking for a fun and exciting new hobby, you might want to give fly fishing a try! It’s a great way to get away from the hustle and bustle of

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  5. Treat Your Home to a Backyard Makeover

    Treat Your Home to a Backyard Makeover

    Outdoor upgrades are one of this year’s most popular home improvements. In fact, according to a

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  6. How to Set Up Your Farmers Market Stand

    How to Set Up Your Farmers Market Stand

    If you’ve got a green thumb and you’re looking for a fun way to make some money, setting up a farmers market stand is a great idea! Fresh, locally gro

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  7. 5 Ways to Use Your Shade Canopy

    5 Ways to Use Your Shade Canopy

    No matter the season, an outdoor pop-up canopy is a must-have

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  8. Canopies and Gazebos to Upgrade Your Backyard Space

    Covered Dining Area Under A SOJAG Gazebo

    More people are spending time at home now than at any time in recent history. With the recent trend toward working and schooling at home, it’s easy for y

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  9. The Big Football Game Calls for the Ultimate Backyard Homegate Party

    Have a Homegate Party with ShelterLogic

    There’s a big football game being played on Sunday, and there will be a championship feeling in the air. Whether your favorite team is playing, or you have no rooting interest at all, the best way to celebrate the day is with a small backyard homegate party!

    While a tailgate party is an outdoor bash that takes place before a sporting event at the parking lot of a stadium, a homegate party that you hold in your backyard. A tailgate party will include a grill, a tailgate canopy, portable folding chairs, a sturdy but compact camping table, a trusty metal cooler, and plenty of food and drinks.

    A homegate party gives you all the benefits of a tailgate without the added stress of gameday traffic, need to prep food the night before, or the need to pack your car or truck with tailgating gear. Additionally, homegating allows you to keep your party as intimate as you’d like. You can make it a family affair, or just invite the neighbors over for a pre-game meal.

    While the big game atmosphere can make tailgating a unique experience, you can replicate the feel in your own backyard. In fact, when you’re homegating, you aren’t restricted to one or two parking spaces. You’ll have more room to set up tables and chairs, games like cornhole, and to generally just stretch out. Also, you’ll have the convenience of setting up and breaking down your backyard in your own time frame, and not when the stadium parking lot is open.

    It doesn’t matter if you live in the cold Kansas City area, the warmth of the Tampa Bay area, or anywhere else in the United States. Even thought the 54 of the 55 of big championship football games have been played in warmer weather or indoor stadiums, it’s a sport that’s played in just about any weather. Those who tailgate at Kansas City games dress in layers to stay warm. Fans of the team in Tampa know how to stay cool under the blazing sun.

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  10. Plan a Vacation: Even If It's Local or In Your Backyard

    Plan a Vacation: Even If It's Local or In Your Backyard

    We all need to plan time off from work to spend quality time alone or with family and friends and recharge our minds. However, taking paid vacation time is something not every American worker is doing. According to the U.S. Travel Association, American workers left an average of 33% of their paid time on the table last year.

    National Plan a Vacation Day, which is the last Tuesday in January (this year, it’s January 26), reminds us to plan our vacation at the start of the year for the rest of the year. The earlier you plan a vacation, the more ready and relaxed you’ll be when your vacation time gets here.

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