If you choose to purchase any of these products through the links provided, we may earn a small commission. Read more about our Editorial Policy here.
Nothing is more refreshing than a cold drink on a hot summer’s day. But it’s a tall order to keep those drinks ice cold. Whether it’s a crisp wine, a frosty beer, or a frozen margarita, here’s how to keep your refreshing drinks cold on the dock this summer.
Double-walled with an extra copper layer, this handy gadget keeps your canned beverages 20 times colder than they’d normally be. This insulated holder works for slim cans (think Red Bull or Perrier). It has a non-slip base and locks the can into place to prevent spills. They have them for different can sizes, too.
It was Friday morning, just after 6 a.m., as the sky started to brighten. Ironman triathlete Matt Gervais and a friend entered the waters of Lake St. Clair near Tecumseh, Ont. for a three-kilometre swim. With pools closed due to the pandemic, Gervais swam this route often, sometimes three times a week. The water that … Continued
Sitting around the campfire is easily the best part of any cottage or camping trip. The warmth, quality time with friends and family, ghost stories, and food make for great memories. Here’s what you need to bring to your next night around the fire. Featured video
It’s election time, and that gets us thinking about national issues – what our country should be doing, and how we want our government to lead. One of the important issues is energy policy, and in Canada, that doesn’t just mean oil. Here in the area of Grey, Bruce and Huron Counties, we are also […]
If you’re a nature enthusiast and want to transform your cottage into a haven for wildlife, creating a wildlife-friendly garden can attract animals to your yard by providing food and shelter. One of the joys of visiting the cottage is the opportunity to get back to nature and observe interesting critters like birds and butterflies,…
For years, Laurie Barber and her husband, Joe Favero, worried about rot under their cottage in their foundation. Bought by Laurie’s grandfather in the 1940s on a sloping lot, the cottage was sinking into 80 years’ worth of wet silt accumulated from runoff. But when Joe’s foot went through the floorboards of a back bedroom, … Continued