Say you decide to take the family on a “Going Green” weekend camping. Living off the earth and sleeping under the stars. You’re particularly excited because you’re going to spend one of the days fishing and then eating fresh food you caught yourself. Now that’s going green. No fast food this weekend. This weekend is fresh food and clean green living. You didn’t know if it would affect your living green lifestyle that you bought a fish finder to help you locate your family’s dinner. Don’t worry, it didn’t. You’re still the one doing the old school rod and reel fishing with worms, you just have a little help in finding the fish that are out there for the eating. You did your preparation too by looking up the best fish finder reviews and think you’re set.
This weekend excursion has you prepared to spend it a green and eco-friendly manner. You’ve taken containers to recycle anything that you use that can be recycled and packed a prudent eco-friendly manner of which to live on your adventure. You’ve done all your research and you have your family packed and ready to go. Everyone is looking forward to it. Cellphones, tablets, and anything electronic gets left behind at home. You’re going to live as close to the earth as you can and have an eco-friendly weekend no matter what comes your way. Lucky for you, the weather is in your favor and its sunshine and warm days and cool nights in the forecast.
You get in the boat with your family and head out on the lake. You get your fish finder and are pleased with what you got. Going through all those reviews really helped and you learned that having a higher price didn’t always mean higher quality according to some of those reviews. Some of the cheaper fish finders actually turned out to work better for a lot of fishers out there so you decided to follow their advice and tried one out that was on the cheaper end but had the best feedback around.
Wouldn’t you know it the fish finder reviewers were right on the money! Once you found a spot to settle in on the lake the fish were practically jumping into the boat on their own. It did pay off to do a little research and plan out this green weekend. Everyone caught a fish that day and was stoked about having caught dinner the old fashioned way. You weren’t looking forward to cleaning them, but that’s the way to do things the right way. It’s go all the way or don’t go at all.
Dinner turned out to be excellent and the next day you cleaned up your campsite, gathered any recyclables that you had with you to dispose of at home and realized that the next stop on the green bus was to get a family garden started in the backyard. Organic food grown at home. At first you didn’t live a green lifestyle, but now that you were, you were learning it really was enjoyable and left you with a good feeling. That deserves a good pat on the back!