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Our season has come to an end and we are already prepairing for nest year.

October 9th, 2012 by Mike Arpin

That’s right, today we start shutting the cottages down for the winter. The pools are checked and serviced, water pumps are cleaned and stored. The shutdown takes well over a month to complete.

We’re here and like most folks we are starting to get ready for winter, gardens are cleaned,at least one more grass cut when all the leaves are down to mulch them into compost. The plow has to come out of storage and serviced before the snow flies.

The boats have to come out of the water cleaned and stored all the motors have to be fogged, fixed if required, and stored for next year. Docks are moved to their winter location. On and on till everything is done in preparation for next spring.

We had our first frost yesterday and the begonias look pretty sad but in preparation for that inevitable occurrence many plants were moved in doors but not all, some of the more hardy ones were covered and will be moved inside shortly when we can make some room for them (find some more space is more like it, we seem to get more every year).

Plans include attending some trade shows again this year London is a go and there will be one in the States but we have not made up our minds which one yet. The Spring Fishing Show in Toronto and possibly the one in Carp just outside Ottawa are most likely. When we get the rest firmed up we will post them.

We would like to thank all our guests for their support and hope to see you again next year. I plan to post some pictures just to let folks see what changes happen here over winter. Winter can be beautiful here, but they can be trying especially if there is a lot of snow.


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