do u like spending more time at home or outdoors?

ABOURA N says:

pls give 3 reasons and each reasons 2 examples

mandie7409 says: outdoors - adventure ~ i like hiking & being in the woods ~ theres more things to do - canoing/kayaking, four wheeling, snowboarding/skiing, wake boarding, beach, etc. - exercise...

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Timber Home Living

Timber Home Living introduces and showcases the beauty and efficiency of timber homes to an eager custom home buying audience. The magazine’s inspiring photography, informative editorial, quality advertising and essential resources involves and encourages readers to pursue their dream home.

Log Home Design

Log Home Design is the preferred, trusted partner with readers in simplifying the process of becoming a log home owner. With its exclusive focus on planning and design, the magazine's friendly tone, practical content and targeted advertising provide the essential tools consumers need – from the crucial preliminary stages through the finishing touches of their dream log home.

Log Home Design

Log Home Design is the preferred, trusted partner with readers in simplifying the process of becoming a log home owner. With its exclusive focus on planning and design, the magazine's friendly tone, practical content and targeted advertising provide the essential tools consumers need – from the crucial preliminary stages through the finishing touches of their dream log home.

Indianapolis Monthly

Indianapolis Monthly is the Circle City’s essential chronicle and guide, an indispensable authority on what’s new and what’s news. Through coverage of politics, crime, dining, style, business, sports, and arts and entertainment, each issue offers compelling narrative stories and lively, urbane coverage of Indy’s cultural landscape.

Old-House Journal

Old-House Journal is the original magazine devoted to restoring and preserving old houses. For more than 35 years, our mission has been to help old-house owners repair, restore, update, and decorate buildings of every age and architectural style. Each issue explores hands-on restoration techniques, practical architectural guidelines, historical overviews, and homeowner stories--all in a trusted, authoritative voice.

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Home harmonizing: Making outdoor entertaining areas as useful as indoors

(BPT) - The trend toward outdoor living spaces shows no signs of slowing, and the newest step in the trend is blurring the lines between outdoor and indoor spaces. Outdoor spaces are truly becoming an extension of indoors, mimicking the most useful and ...

7 DIY Outdoor Lighting Ideas To Illuminate Your Summer Nights (PHOTOS)

Tin Can Lanterns Credit: Grow Creative 3. Cupcake Lights Credit: Camilla Fabbri 4. Glowing Outdoor Orbs Credit: The Art Of Doing Stuff For more repurposing ideas and imaginative projects, flip through our Craft Of The Day slideshow below.

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Bobby Flay gives a tour of his sprawling outdoor kitchen — with a pizza oven! Bobby Flay's favorite room doesn't have any walls, ceilings or doors. That's because it's the world-renowned chef's sprawling backyard in Amagansett, New York! As part of our "At Home with TODAY" series, Flay gave us a tour of the picturesque space.

Peek Inside NJM Style Editor's Colorful Farmhouse While Susan continues to tinker inside, Bob sees to the home's outdoor spaces. “Susan is the secretary of the interior,” he quips. “I'm the secretary of the exterior.” The backyard was already beautifully landscaped when they moved in, but Bob takes

At Home in the Woods: Amidst a field of goldenrod The yellow-shafted flicker calls to my left at Ham Lake as I settle in, calling with his wick-wick-wick cry, high in some Norway pines. He calls several times without allowing me to see him and then is silent, perhaps having moved off to another area

Whale's latest home again making waves WAIMANALO, Hawaii — Compared with other marine mammals, 40-year-old Kina has lived a particularly winding and high-profile life. She went from the open ocean off Japan, to a Hong Kong amusement park, to a classified U.S. Navy program, to a Hawaii 

Cute security cam braves the outdoors at a fair price The Good The indoor/outdoor Reolink Argus Security Camera is powered by four CR123A batteries, costs just $100, sends prompt motion alerts and has a microSD card slot for local storage. The Bad It doesn't currently support cloud storage, smart home 

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