Albert Beach

Renting A Beach Cottage at Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Renting A Beach Cottage at Lake Winnipeg When you are considering renting a beach Cottage, you need to keep a few things in mind. The first thing to consider is the location in regards to weather. Will it be to cool during the summer months or will it be too cold during the winter. You should also find out if the beach is private or will there be other people walking by or using the beachfront. You need to find out if this is a long-term rental, or is the property owner just renting the beach Cottage for the winter months. This makes a big difference if you are looking for a

By curious, ago
Manitoba

Fish-fly season is upon us

The stupid little things don't only try to land on the surface of the house wall, they also seem to be extreemly attracted to spider webs. They seem to find cobwebs where you didn't see any before, wrap themselves in the sticky mess and then attach themselves to the house. Getting the results off can be a real pain.

By Fredrick, ago
General

Gas prices in Canada are sky-rocketing! Alternatives?

People may even have to think twice before planning a weekend trip to the cottage. For most families a trip to the Lake from Winnipeg and back with their family car will cost them between 40 and 50 Liters of gasoline. That's between 60 and 70 bucks right there - and you haven't picked up groceries, gotten gas for the boat or filled up the propane tank yet.

By Fredrick, ago
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