Installing a hot tub in the backyard is easy. You can have your own personal resort at home, ready to use in just a few hours. A hot tub on the porch or in the backyard immediately instills a sense of luxury that will make being at home more peaceful and enjoyable.
Here are three ways a hot tub adds more fun to the home.
Get ready for great social gatherings with friends and family when you have your own hot tub in the backyard. Portable spas are instant attractions at any party. It’s a great place to entertain friends, and having one available for your loved ones gives everyone in the home a soothing, relaxing place to unwind together at the end of the day, enjoy long conversations in and have fun as a family.
Hot tubs are a popular choice in many hotels, resorts and spas, but it isn’t convenient to use those spots to enjoy a relaxing soak. When you have a hot tub in the backyard, it is always there for you, 24/7, all year long.
You don’t have to worry about driving to a club and paying expensive dues to join, then sharing the hot tub with dozens of strangers. You don’t have to travel or pay resort fees. All you have to do is walk out onto your patio or into your backyard and slip into your own luxurious spa retreat at home.
Most people don’t think about sitting outside on a cold winter night or when it’s raining but having a hot tub in the yard or on the porch can make it fun to do just that. It’s especially helpful if you plan ahead for making your hot tub an all-season entertainment system by placing it under a patio roof, an overhang or inside a gazebo. Having a covered hot tub is even great when it is hot and sunny out, the extra cover gives you and your family and friends protection from the harsh sun’s rays.
The real benefits of having a hot tub under a roof is that relaxing in a gentle rain or watching the snowflakes fall around you while you recline in the bubbling, warm water adds more fun to the backyard all year long.
Even if you don’t have a roof over the hot tub, you and your friends can have a great time soaking in all weather. Time spent in a hot tub in the deepest, coldest parts of winter can be both relaxing and invigorating.
Many cultures make use of saunas or hot springs during the coldest months. Soaking in your hot tub in the winter months is not only fun, it can help defeat winter blues and make the backyard entertaining when it would normally go unused.
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About Keizer Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keizer,_Oregon
Annual cultural events
The annual Iris Festival takes place in May and showcases Keizer’s iris-growing industry. The festival was founded by Schreiner’s Iris Gardens, one of the country’s largest retail iris growers, and has been facilitated by the Keizer Chamber of Commerce since 1987. Events include a carnival, a beer garden, craft and food vendors, a 5k walk/run, a vintage car show, and a parade.
Every year from the beginning of December until the day after Christmas the Gubser school neighborhood hosts the “Keizer Miracle of Christmas Lighting Display.” Many of the neighborhood’s residents decide to put up Christmas lights along with other various holiday themed displays. Up to 20,000 vehicles visit the approximately 3.5-mile (5.6 km) route each year. Along the route visitors are able to donate canned foods and non-perishable items. In 2007 19,000 pounds (8,600 kg) of food were collected for the Marion Polk Food Share and $17,100 was received in cash.
Museums and other points of interest
The Keizer Heritage Museum is inside the Keizer Heritage Community Center, which was formerly the Keizer School. The school, built in 1916, has been completely restored and is the only public historic building in Keizer. Other tenants of the building include the Keizer Community Library, the Keizer Art Association and gallery, and the Keizer Chamber of Commerce.
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