Tughill Resources Magazine

Reduce Water Usage With A Pressure Washer

May 27th, 2016

Everyday people all over the globe waste water in their homes and don’t even realize it. 24 hours unlimited supply of water has made us too complacent and we don’t bother thinking of all those households all over the world that get less than 1 liter of water each day! From cleaning, drinking to cooking […]

Inversion Craze At Tughill

May 23rd, 2014

It seems that new trends are the ‘in-thing’ nowadays at in Tughill. Just a few months back it was lawnmowers that took the entire town hostage with almost every household investing in a new and better than their neighbor model. Now, it appears Tughill is crazy for inversion tables and anything to do with Inversion […]

Tughill Garden Ideas

January 29th, 2014

In Tughill, the best time of the year to seed your lawn is September. Grass types that are particularly resistant to the cooler fall weather tend to thrive better besides you also end up eliminating the summer heat threatening to weed out the seeds before they can establish deep roots. In fact, be it seeding […]

Our Experience with a Criminal Lawyer

October 17th, 2013

My recent run in with the law has left me with a far deeper insight regarding the working of the legal process that it was prior to this unfortunate incident. Even though I had only a traffic charge against my name, it meant that I needed to hire a criminal lawyer to defend my case […]

Looking For a Gun Safe Dehumidifier

August 29th, 2013

When you have a treasured gun collection that you want to protect, a logical decision is to purchase a gun safe. It doesn’t matter if the guns are rare specimens worth thousands of dollars or those with merely sentimental value, putting them in a gun safe allows you to lock your collection safely away, and […]

Tughill’s Quick Faucet Guide

July 8th, 2013

This is a guest post by Karen Demmings who has been in the business of remodeling kitchens for over 30 days and managers a reviews website at Kitchen Faucet Divas. She’s invited to post today because she was recently hired to upgraded our kitchen and I asked her to write a bit what people should […]

Lalanne juicers for Tughill

April 18th, 2013

Among the many makers of juicers that have responded to increased customer demand there are some famous names and some less so; to this end Jack Lalanne juicers, while having a healthy and devoted following, are maybe less well known than some of the more high profile brands on the market, but that doesn’t mean […]

Our Favorite Wet and Dry Vacuums

March 16th, 2013

Most conventional vacuum cleaners offer only cleaning the dry surface and without noticing there are some part of the house where most prone to wet such as the kitchen, doors and even outside flooring. Finally, some vacuum manufacturers was able to come up with wet and dry vacuum cleaners where can do wonders on both […]

Karaoke Ideas For Everyone

December 22nd, 2012

Well, we’re having our annual karaoke party for all the members at Tughill. Karaoke is an extremely fun to way to get together with friends and family. I wanted to share a few ideas with our reads if you’re planning on hosting and karaoke party yourself. Karaoke has been great for the amusement for people […]

Vacuum Sealers For Emergency Rations

December 18th, 2012

As outdoor people, we take great pride in being prepared for just about anything. The following is some information about vacuum sealers and how they can be used in times of emergency. These little machines have saved a lot of lives and continue to do so. They keep items dry like wood and matches and […]


December 4th, 2012

THRIFT exists to promote the sustainable use of Tug Hill’s many resources, to provide a forum for the people of the Tug Hill region to share their experiences and to discuss issues that concern them, and to present educational and recreational programs for members and the public. THRIFT offers scholarships for college textbooks (THRIFT sponsors […]

Working with Nature

November 11th, 2012

I wanted to write a post this week about one of the favorite hobbies – working with wood. There are many ways to help the environment, and one of them doing work at home and keeping an eye on your CARB footprint. A planer is essentially a device that is used in the art of […]

Features In A Good Game Camera

October 25th, 2012

Hunting is not something that you learn over night. Precision and patience are one of the things that you need to learn. Animals have inbuilt instincts which help them to sense danger and flee away from it; therefore you need to find a way to track your game. This means you have to know when […]

Be Green and Save

September 1st, 2012

Fellow lovers of mother earth how is the battle towards protecting the environment going?  I know that recycling and taking environmental measures to things is a great way to save the earth one step at a time. The same can be said for your money as well.  Speaking of money, I know that like me, […]