Anytime you head out for an outdoor adventure it's important to be prepared for changing weather conditions and the possibility that something could go wrong. The best way to be prepared in the outdoors is to carry the ten essentials of hiking and camping on every trip. In winter conditions, the need for these items can be even more important.
When moist, warm air comes into contact with either a surface or air that is colder than it is, the warm air cannot retain the same amount of moisture as it did and therefore water is released either into the air or onto the colder surface which causes condensation to form.
Technological advances over the years have made it easier to do business over great distances. Cars and airplanes, for instance, help us do business face to face in hours — nationwide and between continents.
With those technological advances, however, have come increased carbon emissions and environmental damage.
Under normal use, most awnings will remain waterproof for many years, however if yours has been used for prolonged periods, or is showing signs of water penetration, then please do apply a reproofing agent, but do check with your awning supplier for the most suitable product for your awning.
First and foremost, accept the fact that you are going to get wet. Follow these tips and you will not only survive running in the rain, you may actually grow to enjoy it!
When you think about eco-friendly traveling the first things that come to mind are probably things like going camping or choosing to use your bike to travel across the country, but eco friendly traveling is so much broader and includes so many smaller yet “green” activities that are all a part of what it means to be an eco-friendly traveler.