The Ready Project’s virtual shelves contain all the necessary tools, gear, and food for outdoor expeditions, camping trips, and natural disasters. Emergency supplies outfit homes with survival kits and water-treatment kits, as well as emergency stoves and communication devices such as radios or weather-proof carrier pigeons. Survival gear allows nature explorers to create shelter with knives and tools, as well as guarding against castaway fatigue with signal mirrors, emergency flares, or air horns. To bolster homes with long-lasting food supplies, The Ready Project’s monthly doses of food storage packs 2,000 calories in daily meals. Nineteen gourmet dishes such as potato soup and chili come to life with the mere addition of water, and remain safely on shelves for 20 years.
Thousands of years ago, Mayan kings sipped a fabled chocolate potion called kakao, or the drink of the gods, which they believed to possess powerful revitalizing abilities. Today Eric Durtschi strives to keep that legend alive, elevating hot chocolate to artisanal heights. Inspired by the mystique and grandeur surrounding the storied beverage, he calls upon his lifelong intrigue of all things culinary and scientific to concoct Crio Brü's signature chocolate drink, forged purely from ground, roasted, natural cacao beans. The drinks, which brew like coffee, are named after one of the world's rarest cocoa varieties and pressed from beans grown in lush regions across the globe, including Papua New Guinea, Côte d'Ivoire, and Madagascar. Thanks to their abundant antioxidants and natural energy-boosting stimulants, the beans deliver a hefty dose of health benefits, helping to fortify the heart, digestive system, and bones. Crio Brü complements its trademark beverage with gourmet hot-cocoa mixes, artisan chocolates, and brewing supplies, such as french presses or eye droppers that harvest the tears of chocolate bunnies. To help support rainforest conservation and responsible farming practices, Crio Brü sources the organic beans for its Vega Reál flavor from the Loma Quita Espuela Foundation, an organization devoted to protecting wildlife in its eponymous nature reserve in the Dominican Republic.
At one of the first indoor trampoline parks in Utah, within an indoor facility of more than 12,000 square feet, Jump On It’s staff oversees visitors of all ages as they uncover a trampoline park and other hop-inducing surfaces and structures. Once in midair, they can try their aim at a basketball throw, work up a healthy sweat at Jumpaerobics, or challenge opponents to a game of aerial dodge ball. While mothers and their little ones hop about during Mom and Me Jumptime, skaters and snowboarders practice their flips and tricks on the park's bounceboard. Guests strap themselves to a secure cord for sessions on the bungee trampoline, explore the foam pit, scale the climbing wall, and stick to a velcro wall fashioned from the ruins of Atlas’s left sneaker. To reenergize, they stock up on the snack area's juice, ice cream sandwiches, or drumsticks after slipping down inflatable blow-up slides and springing through bounce houses. To add oomph to events, guests can contact Jump On It to plan birthday parties, youth groups, and corporate retreats.
Upon entering Hee Haw Farms, kids and adults surrender to their senses as feet crunch through fallen leaves, cheeks are warmed by the sun, and nostrils fill with the aromas of warm grass and fresh produce. A plethora of outdoor activities entertains families during the warm months, including pony rides, baby-animal petting zoos, and pig races. Other attractions shift with the seasons, such as a 12-acre corn maze and haunted hayrides in the fall, sunflower planting in the spring, bushels of fresh veggies for sale in the summer, and bushels of fresh snow in the winter.
Decoboards Unlimited Manufactures custom magnetic dry-erase boards for home and office. You are able to choose from our extensive image gallery or upload your favorite image of the family, a vacation photo or corporate logo. You can then choose from our selection of solid wood frames. The possibilities are endless
Diviine ModesTee’s Sweet Innocence dress collection matches modern fabrics and flair to classic shapes, eschewing short cuts and low necklines in favor of demure styles. Customers can tuck torsos into the high-sheen fabric of a blue Taylor dress ($79), or don the red-seamed stretch satin of a Vanessa dress ($99) to maintain professional appearances, whether conducting a company meeting or leading rounds of the Macarena. A blue Serena dress ($96) with an empire waistline can flatter a wide range of figures, and the long purple ruffles and conservative neckline of an Eliza dress ($89) make it an ideal choice for self-conscious mannequins.