Three Stacks Thursdays – Water Sport Adrenaline Edition

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    For Three Stacks Thursday we thought we should transport you to warmer climes, since it’s about to be brick! Enjoy!

    Go Parasailing In Hawaii:

    For the uninitiated, parasailing is when a person is towed behind a boat while attached to a specially designed canopy wing similar to that of a parachute, known as a parasail wing. The boat then drives off, carrying you into the air and If the boat is powerful enough, two or three people can parasail behind it at the same time. Usually this can cost anywhere between $40 and $60 so be prepared to shell out the dough if you want to know the feeling of taking flight. Perfect for the adrenaline junkie in you.


    Go Jetskiing:

    Often considered a motorcycle for the water, jet skis can be the best way to get trill on the water while remaining completely in control of everything. You can reach speeds of about 60mph on an average jet ski and although there have been many reported accidents from jet skis, it is only because of the operator going faster than their ability to react.  The price of speed will cost you approximately $60-$90 per hour, but the memories will last a lifetime.


    Financial Tip Of The Day:

    Savings Around the Holidays
    One great thing about holidays is that afterwards, stores need to get rid of all the things they stocked up on. Know any kids who need presents after Halloween? Costumes can go on sale for 75 percent or more. If you’ve got a place to store them, pick up next year’s Thanksgiving decorations right after this year’s turkey day. You can save a bunch on other items, too, (cards, gifts, etc.) during other holiday sales.



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