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E Dump and Digging out the Outhouse this book will strike a familiar chord with all the Outhouse this book will strike a familiar chord with all enamoured of cottage life The presence of exotic but familiar names such as Oxtongue Lake Limberlost Road Muskoka and Algonuin helps add to the charm of this book I would rate it 75 out of 5 but since there are only 5 stars available that will have to suffice. Ic writings from Cottage Life The Globe and Mail and the National Post and includes some new material too It's the perfect read for the cottage lover in all of us a book to return to again and Again In Summer And All in summer and all lon. .
D Dorset read this book in perhaps the most appropriate place possible in 3 early summer mornings sitting at the end of my dock on Raven Lake I received as much pure pleasure and enjoyment from reading this book as from any book I had read previously and there have been thousands With familiar topics such as The First Long Weekend Bears at th. D the occasional pains of cottage living From that first essential opening day plunge into a still Frigid Lake To The lake to the leap in at the summer's end and everything in between The Weekender reprises some of MacGregor's class.

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A marvellous book Written in journal form #it consists of 40 or so very short stories some previously published as GM columns some as # consists of 40 or so very short stories some previously published as GM columns some as Life stories describing life at a summer cottage It will be enjoyable to anyone who owns or visits a summer cottage at a summer cottage It will be enjoyable to anyone who owns or visits a summer cottage particularly by anyone familiar with the area around Algonuin Park Dwight Huntsville an. In this delightful dockside reader one of Canada's great writers of the outdoors celebrates the Canadian cottage experienceWritten in journal form The Weekender takes us through a typical ear the pleasures great and small an. Weekender

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