It's spring break vacation for many around the Valley. During the week off of school you may have plans to head to a warmer climate, or perhaps you are going to stay local, save dollars and get a much needed project accomplished.
Often, many will travel to Bozeman, to get a little more of the winter recreation before the spring thaw. There are a number of travel websites, (like Moon Guides) to great destinations that list Bozeman as a lesser known but excellent option. This is good news, especially if you are a local and don't have the extra dollars to spend on a fully planned trip to the coast. Bozeman is a wonderful area to explore. The Gallatin Valley has skiing, just over the hill, and various activities to make a mini vacation. Are you and your family looking to go into the mountains?
If you are looking for something to do as you step out your door, perhaps consider traveling closer to home, and taking time to have your vehicle cleaned over the break week. Think about Yellowstone this time of year, as a fairly close destination to travel, as it begins to come more alive after an early spring thaw. With the intense shift in weather, from snow to sun, it can be better travel weather. It is also a prime time for enjoying the outdoors by starting work on backyard projects. It is nice to have fresh weather to start off some early prep work on your garden or some other outdoor project.
For the college student this week provides an opportunity to organize things before the last crazy weeks before finals. Many students use the time to get extra work done in preparation for the incoming rush of homework and exams. It can be a good time for any college students, who may forget about little things pertaining to your vehicle, to get a good start on your spring cleaning over the break. It can be helpful when you are facing those finals and cleaning your dorm before you move out. With the weather clearing it can be a good time to get a detail that leaves the rest of your spring schedule more relaxed, especially when the tests come. MSU students with a Cat Card get a 10% discount, at our shop.
By taking your travel activities close to home you can find a little more time to finish any cleaning needs after you return. You can make it both a fun and productive spring break by gathering tools and starting to prepare for the warm season. If you are in need of getting any vehicle projects off to a good start, consider starting on cleaning your vehicle for a nice finish to your spring break. It is that time of year to make extra time in your busy schedule to get ahead. Why not during the break.
Posted by Bryon: Bryon is the promotional marketing man for SHINES AUTOS METICULOUSLY. He is an avid graphic design artist who enjoys working to bring creative ideas, through writing and visuals, to the detailing business.