Since the invention of the television, there have been debates over having technology available at the cottage or not. Some people refuse it and others can’t live without it. While we can certainly appreciate the value of disconnecting, we (or I) wouldn’t be able to spend as much time at the cottage without the internet. The
Welcome to The Cottage Wife!
My husband Brian and I have had a cottage on the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, Canada for over 10 years now, and thought it would be fun to share some of our adventures with you.
Like any cottage, it’s a great place for friends & family and adventures like snakes, bears (real and impersonated), and renovations. And when it comes to those renovations – NOTHING at the cottage is normal! We’ve discovered that’s the most normal part of cottage renovations. I’m sure you’ll hear more about that as these have been some of the greatest adventures we’ve had so far. When we’re not in DIY and renovation mode we go hiking, fishing and exploring.
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It’s almost here! The most wonderful time of the year … NO, not Christmas …COTTAGE OPENING! With spring comes cottage opening! Recently, while visiting my Sister & Brother-in-law, we went up to check on the cottage. Now we can be fairly sure that we won’t be walking into any surprises. Read my previous post to find
“Bed & Breakfast, you make both” sums up my capacity with entertaining. Last week I was sitting at a café in the city with a fellow blogger. We had a great time talking about all things blogging. As I spoke about The Cottage Wife, I mentioned that I may have trouble writing about entertaining at the
I posted this review of Falling Down Girl by Cheri L.R. Taylor on Amazon in November 2015 (right after the book was released), and it bears repeating here. Cheri L.R. Taylor’s book needs to come with a warning … something like “Do not read this book in a crowded room; you will be forced to
Let’s face it, most cottages have a quirk, or two. Many quirks are simply a part of living in the country; most are things you’d never see – except at a cottage. Rural living quirks are things like random power outages and Bell Canada not being able to locate you even though you know the cottage has
Last night as I was trying to fall asleep, I started running through some happy memories of the cottage (always a sweet way to fall asleep). My mind stumbled across our adventures with watercraft from our early cottage days, and I couldn’t help but chuckle, so I thought I’d share it. Shortly after our cottage adventures