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What does cottage country look like when the cottagers have gone? A peek behind the snowy curtain.
Driving to the cottage is a necessary evil. Our expert advice will help you enjoy it just as much as the rest of your weekend.
The air is crisp, the wind has a bite—why the seat of a canoe is the ideal place to watch winter arrive at the cottage.
You submitted almost 10,000 shots to this year’s photo contest—a new record! These are the winners (including the jaw-dropping grand prize).
The CL calendar is back; ode to old wooden snowshoes; cricket is the best winter sport; a winter activity for every skill level; Reporter; a bibliophile’s paradise; use your slow cooker properly; make chicken taco chili; cookbook review
Pick the right sander; fix a sputtering gas engine; important outhouse upgrade; heater tune-up; prevent a dead car battery; books for young DIYers; shingle, shake, or shim; a project that puts the “fun” in fungi
How to get campfire smoke out of fabric; chewed trees culprit; how stone tiles fare in the cold; prevent bats from hanging over your door; pre-winter tree tips
Ever let a friend use your place and had it backfire? Zim feels your pain. Here’s the grown-up thing to do.
Often in rough shape, full of kitsch (translation: junk), and without plumbing, owning a cabin isn’t always glamorous. And yet, a little shack in the woods still calls to us.
Cottage Life channel stars Colin and Justin are back with a new book featuring amazing retreats and design inspiration from all around the world.
Red-backed voles remain largely unseen in forests, but these tiny rodents are key players in the woodlands.