100 Posts and Still Counting

Out previous post marked a milestone here at The Cottage Chronicles. It was our
100th post, not bad…It’s hard to believe that I have written 100 posts, they have all been fun and added up rather quickly, considering I don’t write everyday.

Our first post October At The Cottage was a rather odd way to start a blog about cottages, since it was about closing up the cottage for the winter. In hindsight I guess I could have started with something a little more positive….

But since that first post we have managed to come up with 99 more. Since then we have written about such diverse topics as Getting Rid of Mice At The Cottage and a Cottager’s Physical Fitness Workout Plan which has proven quite popular…don’t start it without consulting your doctor first….

We’ve also dealt with lifestyle issues such as your teenager daughter wanting The Keys To The Cottage The dangers of Dropping A Lantern In the Well

Of course no website about cottages would be complete without talking about septic systems and we are so full of SH_T here that we managed to write about it a couple of times Here! and Here! Just in case our articles about septic systems didn’t help you, we also threw in an informative post about The Pleasures of An Outhouse!!

We have also written about protecting your cottage from Storms, Mildew, Hornets and Wasps Black Bears and the worst critter of all, Thieves!!

But wait, there’s more!! Just check out sidebar for a list of all the posts we’ve written, from boating info to handyman tips, to just plain old cottage thinking….they’re all listed in the sidebar.

Now that spring is in the air, (the clocks go ahead tonight Whoo-Hoo!!) and the cottage season is just around the corner, we are looking forward to another year of writing The Cottage Chronicles….ya’ll come back now, ya hear….

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