Brimming with information and beautiful illustrations.... knows his audience and the result is a book accessible by all. (Joanne Bury Sideroads 200808) This is one book your cottage should not be without... is all its promises it to be and more. (Kim Good The Muskoka Sun 20080731) For those lucky enough to own a waterfront cottage, this is the ultimate reference book. (Karen Turner, CanWest News Service Times-Colonist 20071213) Very well done ... covers everything. (Lois Cooper Muskoka Today 20080120) The Cottage Bible is the answer to every cottager's prayers.... Each page is a gold mine of information. ( Muskoka Magazine 20080126) Practical, comprehensive, environment-friendly advice.... Recommend without hesitatioon, particularly to novices. (Edie Austin The Gazette (Montreal) 20071215) Jam-packed with information ... trouble-shooting and problem-solving tips ... This is a book that belongs on every cottage bookshelf. (Linda Turk The Chronicle-Journal (Thunder Bay) 20080527) A compendium of how-to and a collection of problem-solving tips, this book covers everything. ( The Leader Post (Regina) 20080401) I can see how this book got its title. It has information on a wide variety of subjects. (Karen Craib Thunder Bay Chronicle-Journal 20080502) A primer for urbanites yearning to be at one with the wild, while clinging to civilized comforts. ( Winnipeg Free Press 20080601) The ultimate reference book.... an all-in-one must-have for any cottage-owner. (Karen Turner The Ottawa Citizen 200806) If you have a cottage, you'll want The Cottage Bible. If you don't have a cottage, you'll still want . ( Inside Toronto 20080531) This 360-page reference book is one that every cottage owner can use. ( The Cottager 20080531) mMkes great cautionary reading for anyone considering a cottage purchase. It's also full of solid advice for even experienced cottagers. (Carolyn Leitch The Globe and Mail 20080830) The book's friendly style strikes a healthy balance between savvy problem-solving tips...and getting the most out of your cabin experience. (Lucie B. Amundsen Cabin Life/Cabin Living 20071215) For almost every question anyone might have about cottage life, this is a fun reference. ( Escarpment Views ) The complete guide for any cottage goer or owner. (Amberly McAteer Canadian Living ) This book is both a how-to and a collection of trouble-shooting and problem solving tips. ( Carp Magazine (Toronto) ) No topic is too small.... The authors cover all aspects of owning a cottage in great detail. (Peggy Mackenzie The Toronto Star (Metro Ed) ) An encyclopedia of facts and fancies for those lucky souls who own cottages. (Bill Robertson Star Phoenix (Saskatoon) )
Gerry Mackie is the author of four books and has contributed to a dozen others. He has 39 years of experience in building and maintaining a cottage in the country.
Laura Elise Taylor is a professional writer and commercial photographer.(200802)