Dock spiders or “fishing” spiders are a big part of the cottage experience in Canada and the U.S. Here are some facts about these amazing cabin residents. Read the full tip »
Placing a seat in the old fishing boat can be done in a budget-friendly way. This boat seat installation was done in a sixteen-foot Lund. Read the full tip »
How can you save money on gas and expenses when driving to the cottage?
Cottage trips can be expensive so we need to make the commute to the lake as efficient as possible. Read the full tip »
Many people would love to retire to the cabin. Here are nine ways you can earn money while living at the cottage. Read the full tip »
The best wildflower photos are captured when the plant begins to bloom. Read the full tip »
Taking the perfect picture of a hummingbird requires a bit of strategy, a touch of know-how, and a ton of patience. Read the full tip »
Break-ins are on the rise in a number of cottage communities throughout Ontario and across the country. Read the full tip »
A solution had to be found to keep the resident mink from messing up the boat. Read the full tip »
Whether you are a cabin owner, renter or guest, the best technique to pick blueberries is one that allows you to do it in an efficient and safe way. Here is how you can maximize your berries, minimize bug bites and avoid bears. Read the full tip »
The blacklegged tick (ixodes scapularis), also known as a deer tick, is expanding its range and can carry and transmit Lyme disease as well as a number of other ailments. Read the full tip »
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