Ever since humans first crawled out of the primordial slime, they have loved the water. For thousands of years, oceans and rivers provided people with a means of making a living. Millions of sailors worked on fishing vessels which captured thousands of tons of fish each year which were then cleaned, gutted, and sold in marketplaces. Some sailors who were especially brave hunted whales in these vessels. Other sailors worked on cargo vessels which were contracted by companies to transport merchandise (such as tea) to locations around the world. Still other sailors worked on passenger vessels which carried wealthy to and from exotic vacation destinations. Even more sailors worked for the government; they waged war on the water. Finally, some sailors who wanted to make a quick dollar turned to piracy on the high seas.
Although many of these ocean faring jobs still exist, many people have purchased boats over the last two hundred years not to earn a living but simply to enjoy their leisure time. In other words, boating has become a hobby. Many people own small sailboats and motor boats which they like to take out onto the lake or ocean. Some of these would be sailors like to fish from the comforts of their boats. Others simply enjoy the gentle rocking of the ocean. Still others like to race their boats with other would be sailors. Some of the wealthiest boat owners decide to purchase yachts on which they host lavish parties; these lavish parties often have strict dress code policies, and oftentimes, the owners refuse to admit any would be sailor who does not wear a tuxedo.
Now, few of these would be sailors live near the ocean, the rivers, or the lakes upon which they sail. Even those who do often find that it is difficult (if not impossible) to store their boats upon the lake; the cold winter snows often damage boats which are left lying upon the lake. Therefore, many of these boat owners have purchased or rented Lake Conroe boat storage units (also called Conroe boat storage houses or Montgomery storage units, which are named after General Montgomery, a known boat lover). These Lake Conroe boat storage units or Conroe storage units often take the form of small, affordable mini houses near or on the lake in which a boat owner might store his property. (The small size of these Lake Conroe boat storage units accounts for yet another nickname: the Conroe mini storage unit.) The boat owners often pay a monthly or annual fee for these Lake Conroe boat storage units; however, some wealthy boat owners prefer to buy these Lake Conroe boat storage units outright so as to avoid the inconvenience of paying monthly fees for Lake Conroe boat storage units. However, many experts advise against purchasing a Lake Conroe boat storage unit because then they are responsible for maintaining it, which is rather difficult to do when the boat owner lives far away; therefore, these boat owners are encouraged simply to rent Lake conroe boat storage units. These Lake Conroe boat storage units can be found at affordable prices. Find out more here: www.storage105.com