From time to time I like to go back and have a look at some of our previous posts here at The Cottage Chronicles. I’ve been producing this poor excuse for a blog for several years and have accumulated a lot of stories and posts over the past years. In fact, some of them I have forgotten about until I stumble upon them myself.
So for those of you new to The Cottage Chronicles, or some of you super-fantastic-wonderful-marvellous-good-looking-lovable-intelligent regular readers, here are a few blasts from the past:
Replacing Missing Roof Shingles My experience trying to replace some shingles missing from the roof of the camp.
It was all about your safety when I wrote Carbon Monoxide Danger At The Camp This one is always good to read and re-read occasionally to keep the important safety measures uppermost in your mind when you are at the cottage.
I was also thinking about your well being when I wrote a post about CPR Training For Cottagers another post that is good to read as a refresher.
Of course no Cottage Chronicles previous post review is complete without mentioning our roving correspondent and chief humor writer, Lonesome Larry. I remind you to check out his posts, including a couple of my favorites, Scientific Reserch In The Cove and New Neighbors And who can forget this beauty: Innernet
Proving that we are pretty much full of crap, how about our post What You Need To Know About Your Septic Tank and a post that has done very well here at the Cottage interms of readers, Septic Tank Pumper Truck Slogans
Another good post to read, especially as we come into Spring is this one, featuring a video with the late Rocky Spencer, a “carnivore specialist” with Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. It’s called, Preventing Conflict With Black Bears and it’s a short video that will help keep you safe from bears.
Along the lines of wildlife, how about How To Get Rid Of Skunks and Skunk Odor Yeah yeah, I know you know what to do, but do you? really? This is the definitive post on the subject, read it and be ready for the inevitable when you and your dog get sprayed.
There ya go, that should keep you busy for a few minutes. I hope you enjoy them. Don’t forget you can read all our posts from the drop-down menu in the sidebar or from the category section.
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